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LLPs: taxed as a partner?

United Kingdom - January 10 2014 New legislation will apply from 6 April 2014 to determine whether a member of an LLP should be regarded as employed or self-employed for UK tax…

Co-authors: Alan Watts, Graeme Gregory, Malcolm Lombers.


LLP members not 'workers'

United Kingdom - October 5 2012 The Court of Appeal has decided that LLP members do not glean employment/worker status by reason of their LLP membership alone.

Co-authors: Alan Watts, Graeme Gregory, Malcolm Lombers.


Supreme Court rules that compulsory retirement age can be lawful

United Kingdom - April 25 2012 In Seldon v Clarkson Wright and Jakes, the Supreme Court today (25 April 2012) dismissed Mr Seldon's appeal that a compulsory retirement age in a partnership deed was unlawful direct age discrimination.

Co-authors: Alan Watts, Graeme Gregory, Malcolm Lombers.


Court of Appeal rules that mandatory retirement age is lawful

United Kingdom - August 5 2010 The Court of Appeal has handed down its decision regarding the lawfulness of a mandatory retirement age in partnerships.

Co-authors: Alan Watts, Graeme Gregory, Malcolm Hitching.


LLPs: who can apply to wind up?

United Kingdom - March 22 2010 In the current economic climate, LLPs and their members are being forced to grapple with insolvency legislation.

Co-authors: Alan Watts, Graeme Gregory, Malcolm Lombers.

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