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By Christopher Coffin, Stephanie Balsys
In a decision handed down on Friday 28 July 2017, the English High Court has found that a Russian businessman whose wife and children live in London (at least during the school term-time), and ...
By Paul Brecknell
The charity in question needed to sell its property in London's Belgrave Square.
By Hugh More
The Supreme Court has unanimously held that the introduction of the current fee system in the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal...
By Chris Priestley
The Fundraising Regulator launched the Fundraising Preference Service (the 'FPS') on 6 July. It has also recently published a list of the eligible charities that have registered and paid the voluntary levy....
By Chris Priestley
A Memorandum of Understanding (the 'MOU') between the Charity Commission (the 'Commission') and the Information Commissioner (the 'ICO') was published on 19 June 2017.
By Chris Priestley, Alix Prentice
With the implementation of a suite of EU legislation called the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (known as 'MiFID II') come new transaction reporting requirements for investment firms...
By Chris Priestley
On 3 July 2017, the Charity Commission (the 'Commission') published its case report on the National Hereditary Breast Cancer Helpline (the 'Charity') further to its decision to issue an official warning...
By Hugh More
The Supreme Court has unanimously held that the introduction of the current fee system in the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal...
By William Kambas, Ben Simpson, Agnes Macduff
US fund managers, entrepreneurs, members of a family's consolidated investment partnership, and many other US persons are often surprised by the long reach of the UK's regime for making public the identities...
By Ayshat Gaydarova
The last couple of years have seen a period of uncertainty around the use of trusts for Russian tax residents following the introduction of Russian 'controlled foreign corporation' ('CFC') rules in 2015.
By Vanessa Mitchell
Both parents represented themselves during the hearing, and the boy (who was given the name Sam for the purposes of the hearing) gave evidence on the first day
By Christopher Groves, Claire Harris, Justine Markovitz, Ian Perrett, Katie Graves
First announced in 2015, significant changes to the taxation of UK resident non-doms and non-domiciled owners of UK residential property had been proposed to take effect from 6 April 2017.
By Diana Wierbicki, Amanda Rottermund
Works of art, like other tangible property, may be subject to state sales or use tax unless an exemption applies.
By Jeanne Solomon
On June 21, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit declined to follow the First Circuit's materiality standard for requiring the disclosure of interim financial documents in an SEC...
By Penelope Williams, Richard Cassell, Maya Ladno
If you are the trustee of a trust or the manager of a fund, you may have registered to file FATCA reports.
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