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As the use of cryptocurrencies by investors continues to grow so too does the opportunity for fraud in the cryptocurrency sector. In the...
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The UK Government has announced that the temporary concession on remote right to work checks will now continue until at least 5 April...
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Back in December 2020, just before the end of the Brexit transition period which marked the final withdrawal of the UK from the EU's...
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Only a year ago, the case of Graham v Lynch [2020] EWHC 986 indicated that the courts may be inclined to exercise their powers to set...
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Where does the boundary lie between “hard-nosed” but legitimate negotiating tactics and the use of illegitimate threats or pressure in...
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The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal) has given Walter Merricks the green light to pursue a claim against Mastercard on...
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Rebutting HMRC’s desire to stretch section 29 TMA 1970 still further, the Upper Tier Tribunal (UTT) has recently held that HMRC cannot...
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HMRC has announced that the Trust Registration Service (TRS) online portal has been upgraded and will open for registrations by...
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Notices of a potential data breach have become facts of life. For companies sending those notices, so have lengthy letters threatening a...
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With the ongoing bull run in the cryptocurrency market, governments around the world have been scrambling to regulate the market: China...
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The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) has published a wide-ranging consultation report on its "recommendations...
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The Civil Justice Council has recently published its report on compulsory alternative dispute resolution (the ADR Report) concluding that...
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A family investment company (FIC) is a vehicle which has increasingly been used as a way not only of holding family assets, but also...