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Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 21 May 2019

ICO focuses on AI and biometric data

The ICO continues its focus on particular sectors, publishing blogs on the use of AI to make decisions, and on the use of biometric data


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 23 Nov 2018

Gig workers and unionisation in the games industry

Following a series of high profile events across the globe, UK games workers are seeking greater recognition of their employment rights. Tell-tale


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 20 Nov 2018

The beginning of the end of limited company contracting in the private sector?

Arguably the biggest announcement affecting UK employment practices from the 2018 Budget was confirmation that changes will be made to the 'off


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 16 Oct 2018

Permanent health insurance and termination of employment: current attitudes and recent observations

Permanent health insurance (most commonly referred to as PHI) is a form of insurance that is usually taken out by an employer to provide benefits to


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 16 Oct 2018

Hot topics

The government has announced plans to ensure that workers can keep the tips left for them by


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 15 Aug 2018

Finance Bill 2019: changes to entrepreneurs' relief

On 6 July 2018, HMRC published draft legislation for the Finance Bill 2019, including the anticipated extension to the parameters of entrepreneurs'


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 26 Jul 2018

Tax on non-resident property gains: what's the latest?

Following the surprise announcement on 22 November 2017 that the scope of UK taxation of capital gains is to be extended from April 2019 to


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 18 Jul 2018

Employers and employees must act now to settle tax liabilities for remuneration trusts

HMRC has been cracking down for years on the use of disguised remuneration schemes. From 5 April 2019, a new 'loan charge' will apply to outstanding


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom, European Union | 21 Jun 2018

Taxation of cryptocurrencies

A recurring theme in taxation, both domestically and internationally, is the uncertainty which can arise when innovative, rapidly-developing


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 20 Jun 2018

They think it's all over - but is it now?

In football, it has been said there are only two kinds of manager: those who have been sacked, and those who will be sacked in the future. In UK

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