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By Richard Isham
Two very important issues that will continue to play out during 2017 and beyond are; the "workers" rights debate and how to make transgender people feel welcome.
By Julia Jackson
Starting from April of this year, employers who sponsor overseas workers in the UK with a Tier 2 status will be required to pay the Immigration Skills Charge (the ISC).
By Jenny Cutts
The Fourth Money Laundering Directive is more likely to provide paperwork than protection from abuse of trusts for tax evasion and terrorism says Jenny Cutts.
By Claire Haynes
In England there is no overriding law or principal of law that we must act in good faith to one another.
By Matthew Mainstone
For many years the benefits of setting up offshore structures were clearly defined and throughout the last 20 years the offshore funds and SPV administration industries have thrived.
By Sarah Elliott
The range of new homes warranty schemes currently available in the market is wide but if you are seeking cover to pass on to your purchasers for a residential conversion...
By Suzanne Gill
"Safe as houses" is an axiom which resonates across cultures, and has an impact on pension investment. Although SIPPS can't invest in residential property, UK commercial property is an important asset class..
By Clive Weber
Having consulted on draft Regulations in 2012, DWP has now issued a further Consultation proposing a new approach and method for GMP equalisation.
By Clive Weber
The Court of Appeal disagreed and, on the particular wording of the Rules, held that the power to switch arises only if RPI has been officially replaced.
By Justin McGilloway
In our May 2016 bulletin we examined the well-publicised BHS pensions debacle. Since then, a considerable amount of time, effort and money has been spent in trying to reach a solution to the problems...
By Alison Hills
The Prime Minister commissioned the Independent Review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy on 1 October 2016.
By Clive Weber
Latest developments in the ever-changing world of occupational pension schemes.
By Grace Ho
Due to the worsening of the relationship between B and the Authority, they entered into a compromise agreement regarding B's termination of employment.
By Clive Weber, Katie Whitford
Good news for debtors but disappointing for creditors: the Court of Appeal has decided, in its recent Horton v Henry decision, that a bankrupt individual's pension rights cannot be exercised...
By Matthew Pexton
This case considered the effect of a contract which included an agreed schedule of payment dates. The project overran by more than a year but the schedule ended at the original contractual completion date.
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