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By Robin Henry
Financial regulators have in the last few years focussed their attention mostly on misconduct within the banking industry, but now the spotlight may be turning more towards behaviour in asset management funds.
By Toby Yerburgh, Nicole Phillips
Where a spouse obtains a divorce abroad and a financial order settling their finances in an overseas court, it may seem reasonable to assume that this will be the end of the matter.
By Alex O'Connor, Sukina Dhillon
Are you just about to serve a break notice or have you just received one? If so, it is probably a good time to remind yourself of the case of Marks and Spencer plc v BNP Paribas Securities.
By Janine Alexander, Robin Henry
One of the key areas likely to be affected by Brexit is the financial services industry. Although the full effects will not be known for months, if not years, the referendum result has already produced immediate concerns . . .
By Tania Goodman, Sarah Culshaw, Nathan Donaldson, Gwyneth Williams, Brenda Charnock, Robert Andrews
Following a review of the taxation of termination payments in July 2014, the Office for Tax Simplification concluded that the current rules around taxation of termination payments are complex and confusing.
By James Badcock, Daniel Simon, William Hancock, Peter Daniel
"Autumn", according to the late French philosopher Albert Camus "is a second Spring when every leaf is a flower".
By Sarah Culshaw, Nathan Donaldson, Tania Goodman, Brenda Charnock, Lauren Hillier, Robert Andrews, Aarti Jagpal
Here is our summary of some of the key issues from the Chancellor's 2016 Autumn Statement announced on 23 November 2016.
By Paul Henson, Anjana Dahya
A right to rebuild land is of paramount importance to a property owner, particularly if it wishes to enhance the commercial value of its property.
By Paul Henson
Two recent cases highlight the crucial importance of providing relevant comparable evidence to the court or risk suffering the financial consequences.
By Mark Harrop
One of the UK's most pervasive legal myths is that of ‘common law marriage'.
By Janine Alexander, Robin Henry, Stephen Rosen
An announcement from the FCA of 8 November 2016 heralds the creation of a compensation scheme that the FCA has agreed with RBS.
By Alicia Williams
The profession of art forgery spans well over 2000 years and a recent scandal at Sotheby's serves only to remind us that it remains alive and well to this day.
By James Badcock, Mark Harrop, Sophie Cass
Brexit has had at least one silver lining. We will (post-Brexit) finally have some certainty as to how the UK is treated under Brussels IV.
By Janet Armstrong-fox, Mandeep Mattu
Following the UK vote to leave the European Union, immediate concerns included.
By Stephen Critchley
One of the greatest challenges for competition lawyers is persuading clients that the law is not only relevant to major PLCs.