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The law of dishonesty is changing. Just over a year ago, the Supreme Court in the case of Ivey v Genting Casinos removed the subjective...
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The FT reports today that the Government will bring forward new legislation next year to tighten up the regime for establishing and...
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One of the challenges of the UK immigration system that applies to non-EEA nationals is that effectively it only offers a route for...
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In case we were in any doubt that technology and cybersecurity are high on the FCA's supervisory priorities, publications over the past...
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Cast your mind back to Spring 2016, you may remember a fresh-faced George Osborne striding out from Number 11 Downing Street, red...
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Legislation to combat perceived tax avoidance through "disguised remuneration" has been in place since 2011 - one common result was to...
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The Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) has published a number of recommendations for Government on simplifying the administration of...
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For those of you familiar with my regular updates, you will be aware that I have written much recently on the introduction of Unexplained...
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Construction minister Richard Harrington gave a speech to the Construction News Summit on 20 November in which he indicated that the...
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On Tuesday 20 November, the Society for Computers and Law (SCL) held a panel discussion on the future of technology and privacy. The...
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Since the Construction Act came into force over 20 years ago, it has been a central tenet of the construction industry that a party can...
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Yesterday, draft Insolvency (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018 were published by the Government. In the event of a 'no deal' Brexit,...
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Sir Brian Leveson and Lisa Osofsky today called for an expansion of corporate criminal liability in front of the ongoing House of Lords...
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The Government has announced that it will soon introduce a new tax on "digital services". The idea behind it is that individuals can...
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Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the C5 conference on Economic Sanctions and Financial Crime in London.  I spoke...
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Following my recent post about the prospects of a "digital revolution" in the construction industry, the Chartered Institute of Building...