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In LMN v Bitlfyer Holdings Inc and others [2022] EWHC 2954 (Comm), the High Court has permitted service out of the jurisdiction using the...
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Brooke Masters asks an excellent question in this morning’s Financial Times (link below, subscription required) in the wake of the...
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In a significant judgment, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has struck down provisions of European Union law that give...
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The Law Commission has published a call for evidence on decentralised autonomous organisations (or DAOs). The Commission intends to...
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At the Irish Funds’ UK symposium on 24 November, the Central Bank of Ireland’s (CBI's) Derville Rowland made an ominous remark in her...
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HMRC has published its summary of responses to the consultation process with respect to the UK mandatory disclosure rules (UK MDR). The...
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London is already renowned for its world class prime and super-prime residential property market. The market offers properties fitted...
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As the name suggests, letters of comfort have long been regarded as offering little more than passive "comfort" to their recipients....
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The Court of Appeal's judgment in HMRC v Centrica Overseas Holdings Limited denies a corporation tax deduction for a range of sell-side...
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On 17 November, the Treasury published its response to its consultation on reform to the UK prudential regime for insurers, Solvency II....
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The trial of an unfair prejudice petition (the Petition) has been vacated and the petition stayed for a year pending satisfaction of...
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The Chancellor has confirmed that the UK Government is to press ahead across the board with UK implementation of the new global minimum...
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Following the economic turmoil resulting from Kwasi Kwarteng’s (now largely reversed) “Growth Plan” on 23 September, Jeremy Hunt was...
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On 10 November 2022, the UK’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (“OFSI”) published its annual review. This has been a...
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Recent statistics published by HMRC demonstrate a fall in the number of trusts paying UK tax. The number of trusts and estates that filed...
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Earlier this year, we wrote about the case of Gorbachev v Guriev and others, which found that litigants can apply for disclosure by a...