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By Gillian Johnson
Barnardo's, like many other charity employers funding final salary pension scheme deficits, was seeking to reduce its funding costs to its final salary pension scheme by altering the measure by which future pension...
By Jennifer Dickson
When a child's life is turned upside down by an acrimonious divorce, school is often their one constant, and this is something which can often be overlooked.
By Katharine Landells
Research shows that when a couple splits up the emotions most commonly experienced include confusion, shock, guilt, frustration, grief, loss, resentment, anger, rejection, shame and relief.
By Amanda Bell
Despite best intentions, managing contact arrangements for children can quite easily become the unintended depository of unresolved conflict between you and your former partner.
By Suzanne Todd
I am delighted that the Resolution Awareness campaign this year focuses on how separating or divorcing parents can limit the impact of conflict on their children.
By Diana Parker
Your main ally in life becoming your enemy is a nightmare. Suddenly, they are only concerned with their own interests, which are the opposite of yours
By Paul Brecknell
Figures out this week show that investment into UK commercial real estate fell fairly sharply in Q3.
By Amarjit Kaur, Keoy Soo Khim
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre ("HKIAC") has recently introduced several new provisions to the 2013 HKIAC Administered Arbitration Rules which came into force on 1 November 2018.
By Shannon Retzke, Wonchi Ju, James Brockway, Edward Renn
On Oct. 19, 2018, the IRS released much anticipated guidance regarding opportunity zone funds
By Sara-Jane Knock, Niki Olympitis
A long-awaited Court of Appeal judgment has clarified the treatment of bearer shares in BVI Companies not dealt with prior to the ‘transition date' of 31 December 2009.
By Joseph Brothers
In 2015, Congress for the first time empowered the US State Department to deny or revoke passports to US citizens with ‘seriously delinquent' tax debts owing to the I
By Stephen Nerland, SoYoung Wang
Non-charitable private foundations have long been used in civil law jurisdictions as an alternative to the common law ‘trust' to hold wealth for the benefit of a family.
By Katy Mitchell
Are your children US citizens? If you've not ordered a giant turkey for your family this November and have never made your children a PB&J sandwich you might not think they are, but Uncle Sam (and therefore the IRS) may not agree.
By Paul Brecknell
Despite fears of a reduction in occupier demand as a result of Brexit, the latest figures show the opposite.
By Harvey Knight, Meriel Schindler
Whilst Sir Philip Green has described the use of parliamentary privilege to reveal allegations of sexual harassment against him as his "worst week", he may reflect that he is fortunate not to be regulated by the FCA.
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