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By Jugdeep Chaggar
As part of the government's industrial sector strategy to boost productivity across the economy, it plans to invest £170 million in Research & Design...
By Susan Hopcraft
Risky investment schemes continue to generate distressing news, not only because investors have lost substantial sums, but also because the volume of complaints of mis-selling against professional advisers is growing.
By Christine Jackson
•Make sure the key people within the school are aware of the new data protection rules under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)...
By Christine Jackson
As another year is upon us, we look at the areas most likely to impact businesses in 2018. There are many aspects to consider, many buzzwords and new technologies ...
By Nathan Talbott
HMRC has announced a final settlement opportunity in relation to Disguised Remuneration (DR) Schemes, and has provided information on identifying a DR scheme.
By Andrew Spooner
Changes may be afoot in the Civil Courts as a number of new initiatives are being progressed which are intended to shake up the way that the Courts do things.
By Nichola Vine
The theme was the "one thing I would address in the construction industry" and the answers were varied covering the reform of retentions, the concept of "good faith" ...
By Jugdeep Chaggar
Developers have submitted plans to tear down one of Birmingham's most run down and derelict city centre buildings on Bristol Street and replace it with 1000 apartments and townhouses alongside ground floor retail units.
By Stephanie Elgie
In April 2016, Chris Jones, of our banking & finance team published an article on customer contracts – unlocking financial potential.
By Jennie Wheildon
It has come to our attention that HMRC is taking a very close look at grazing licences and Profit à Prendre agreements in the context of claims for APR.
By Ana Lelliott
Last month the Care Quality Commission ("CQC") published its annual State of Care Report for 2016/2017. The report describes the future of the health and social care sector in England ...
By Wright Hassall LLP
A leading Midlands family lawyer is to lobby MPs for a change in the law to make sure that the marriages of many Muslim women are recognised by the UK authorities.
By Matthew Sharp
On 11 September 2017, His Honour Judge Colin Bishopp handed down his judgement in the case of The Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs –v- (1) Root2tax Limited...
By Robert Lee
Regardless of the reason, JVs are bespoke agreements which reflect the circumstances of the contracting parties and clearly set out their respective rights and responsibilities.
By Martin Oliver
Our guide takes you through the grounds for contesting a will.