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HMRC v Sukhdev Mattu [2021] UKUT 0245 (TCC) is a recent application by HMRC to apply a tax-related penalty on Mr Mattu for alleged...
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As the latest series of the US TV programme Succession airs and viewers are yet again drawn into the complex lives of the Roy family...
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It has long frustrated companies looking to move to the UK that there is no simple way to "redomicile" a non-UK company so that it...
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In a welcome move for those responsible for tax matters at large businesses, today’s Budget documents contain an announcement that the...
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Today, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the Government’s fiscal plans for the immediate and near future. Amongst the tax...
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The US has reached a compromise with five European countries – including the UK – on what will happen to the latter’s digital services...
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The FCA has published its final rules for the Long Term Asset Fund (LTAF). The LTAF is a new authorised fund vehicle that aims to make it...
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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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In this podcast David Gauke and Rhiannon Kinghall Were talk to Gavin Haran about the forthcoming Spending Review and Budget. In the...
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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...
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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...