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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 11 Apr 2019

Becoming part of the furniture: eSports in the mainstream

Djokovic wins Wimbledon and receives a cheque for £2.25m. Molinari wins The Open and takes home £1.4m. The Red Bull OG team win The International 2018


Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 25 Jan 2019

The dangers of unlawful dividends

Profits made by a limited company are distributed to shareholders through the declaration of dividends. Quite often, for example in the case of SME


Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 20 Nov 2018

The Berkeley Burke Judicial Review Decision - Implications for SIPP Providers

The recent judicial review decision in Berkeley Burke Sipp Administration Ltd v Financial Ombudsman Service Limited 2018 EWHC 2878 (Admin) (30


Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 14 Aug 2018

Brexit Update : Immigration & The EU settlement Scheme

On 21 June 2018, the Home Office released a statement on the post Brexit scheme for EU nationals resident in the UK. Although the scheme is still


Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 6 Dec 2017

Hangovers from the Christmas Party

HMRC gives employers an allowance of £150 per employee towards a Christmas party, but such events can potentially be far more costly for employers, as


Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 7 Apr 2017

Top tips for leading your business out of a crisis

When you are focused on the day-to-day running of a business, it can be all too easy to miss the warning signs that you may be at risk of insolvency


Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 9 Mar 2017

Enhanced Probate Fees

In February 2017 the Ministry of Justice published the results of a consultation on its proposals to increase fees charged for probate applications to

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