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The first thought that comes to mind when you say “legal technology” is most likely scientific or mathematic. It’s algorithms and AI,...

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Magnitsky Sanctions (“APPG”), co-chaired by MPs Sir Iain Duncan Smith and Chris Bryant, was formally...

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The first of our “Policy in practice” podcast series is now available to listen to. David Gauke, Lora Froud, Gavin Haran and Rachel...

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The Court of Appeal has now handed down judgment in the long-running Fisher litigation, over-turning the Upper Tribunal’s earlier decision

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The global minimum tax proposed by the OECD is nearing implementation following the latest round of negotiations. The OECD has managed to...

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The recent changes to the restrictions on winding-up petitions will have been disappointing to commercial landlords (see our previous...

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Macfarlanes hosted a virtual outsourcing forum on 30 September, which brought together lawyers specialising in outsourcing and technology...

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The Infrastructure and Projects Authority recently published the latest iteration of its vision for the future: "Transforming...

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The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal) has allowed a claim on behalf of over two million customers against BT Group for...

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On 28 September the EU Council, as expected, adopted a directive requiring large multinationals to publicly disclose their income tax...

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The location (or situs) of a crypto asset can be important for a number of reasons. If you are making a will, it can impact on the terms...

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The European Overnight Index, or EONIA, is due to permanently cease to be published from 3 January 2022, as EONIA does not meet the...

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Purchasing “an interest in at least two dwellings” lowers the rate of stamp duty land tax (SDLT) that you will pay due to a relief known...

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The Productive Finance Working Group has published its recommendations to UK policymakers to remove barriers to investment by retirement...

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The Competition and Markets Authority has published its much anticipated guidance on ‘greenwashing’ (misleading environmental claims made...

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Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves has announced that Labour, if the party wins the next general election, will target the carried interest...