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Anti-Corruption and Bribery in the UK

Global, OECD, United Kingdom - May 2 2017 A structured guide to anti-corruption and bribery in the UK

The residence nil rate band - do I qualify and should I change my Will?

United Kingdom - May 11 2017 A key promise in the Conservative Party’s manifesto prior to the last election was an increase in a married couples’ “nil rate band” (the amount they

United Arab Emirates - the latest "tax haven" to sign up to enhanced tax transparency

United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom - May 15 2017 On the 21 April 2017, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) officially signed up to the Multinational Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax

Court rules in favour of non-EU parents having a right to live in Europe

European Union, United Kingdom - May 18 2017 An interesting judgment has been handed down by the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), which rules in favour of a non-EU parent’s right

Does a denial of facts subsequently found proved constitute dishonesty?

United Kingdom - May 12 2017 The Appellant, Dr Bale, was a specialist doctor in obstetrics and gynaecology. The Appellant contested a decision of the Medical Practitioners

Choosing a Solicitor for a Brain Injury Compensation Claim

United Kingdom - May 22 2017 If you are reading this it is likely that you, or a loved one has suffered a brain injury. This might be a traumatic brain injury (TBI), caused in a

Is amending the allegation at a late stage always prohibited?

United Kingdom - May 22 2017 In short, in the first appeal, the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) exercised its power of appeal by way of referral under Sec

Indirect discrimination clarified - could your policies and practices be discriminatory?

United Kingdom - May 19 2017 The recent Supreme Court decision in the conjoined cases of Essop and Naeem has helped to clarify the scope of indirect discrimination by confirming

Is your personal data safe when travelling? Possibly not!

United Kingdom - May 19 2017 From a mobile phone a person today can effectively run their life - it contains access to emails, banking, billing, relevant medical history

Court rules in favour of non-EU parents having a right to live in Europe

European Union, United Kingdom - May 18 2017 An interesting judgment has been handed down by the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), which rules in favour of a non-EU parent’s right