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By Richard Woodman, Gemma Ospedale, Caroline Doran
A unique study revealed that discrimination and bullying has proved a bigger career challenge for women than achieving a work-life balance.
By Roger May
A quick discussion on the flat-rate annuity and the index-linked annuity.
By Stephen Welfare
A discussion of the implications following the new ban on excessive payment surcharges.
By John North, Sonia Mohammed
In the 2012 Budget the Government announced that the Patent Box will come into force in April 2013.
By Roger May
For many years everyone has complained about the countryís over-complicated State pension system.
By Tony Millson
Royds Private Client department was interested to learn of the 1% increase in the inheritance tax nil rate band - from April 2015.
By David Bowman
Lord Justice Leveson has now delivered his report on the regulation of the press and of its recent relations with police, politicians and the public at large.
By John North, Sonia Mohammed
You may remember our blog back in October reporting on the issue of the rise in mobile spamming.
By John North, Sonia Mohammed
The Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP) has announced that new rules providing transparency and choice for consumers around Online Behavioural Advertising (OBA) will be included in the UK Code of Non-broadcast Advertising from 4 February 2013.
By Roger May
Earlier this year Royds published a "White Paper" entitled "The Emperorís New Pension, or, How Most British Defined-Benefit Pension Schemes Have Been Calculating Pensions Wrongly for the Last 20 Years".
By Claus Andersen
One of the big challenges for many inventors and entrepreneurs is how to turn a great idea into a profitable and viable business.
By John North
Itís not been a good couple of weeks for Apple as the patent and design sagas continue.
By Stephen Welfare
On 23rd May 2012 Mr Vince Cable the Governmentís Business Secretary presented the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill 2012/13 to Parliament.
By Stephen Welfare
The Intellectual Property Lawyer's Association (IPLA) has submitted a response to the UK Intellectual Property Office Consultation on the reform of the UK Designs Legal Framework
By John North
In the ever changing worlds of social media, e-commerce and advertising, companies venturing into these areas have to comply with increasingly complex rules and regulations.