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Gill Jennings & Every
Subsectors of "computer-aided surgery", such as surgical robotics, virtual and augmented reality systems and machine learning fall at the intersection between a number of complex and changing areas...
Carey Olsen
A trust is a legal and equitable relationship pursuant to which a person, called a trustee, is required to hold and manage property in the best interests of another person or other persons, called beneficiaries.
Lewis Silkin
As we posted recently, it's the moment you've been waiting for – the laws on chance-based competitions (where success does not depend on skill) in Northern Ireland (NI) have finally been broadly aligned with the rest of the UK.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
As has been set out in a previous post, new provisions came into force on 6 April 2022, which will begin the phasing out of the use of Biometric Residence Cards and Permits and Frontier Worker Permit to prove lawful immigration status...
DMH Stallard
On the heels of the Queen's Speech on Wednesday, Michael Gove's department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has revealed proposals for ...
Bennett Jones LLP
The United Kingdom recently passed the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act (ECA) on an expedited basis, bringing key changes to help the UK government and law enforcement combat financial crime.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
In this new world of hybrid working my day might start with a walk into the office or a slightly shorter walk to my spare room, but both mornings will involve tea.
According to data, young people are more entrepreneurial than ever. The trend of the Millennipreneur (Mennial Entrepreneur) will have inspired the 2022 World IP Day - IP and Youth: Innovating for a Better Future.
PDT Solicitors
As anticipated in our last article, the temporary restrictions in relation to winding up petitions were lifted on 1 April 2022.
Wrigleys Solicitors
We set out the key takeaways for employers from this year's Queen's speech. There were relatively few items mentioned in this year's Queen's speech of specific relevance to employers.
Gorvins Solicitors
As you'll no doubt be aware, an extra bank holiday to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee has been announced for Friday 3 June 2022 and in furtherance of those celebrations, ...
Hillier Hopkins
Individuals who are approaching retirement age may wish to consider topping up their state pension with voluntary National Insurance contributions.
Hillier Hopkins
As we emerge into a post-Covid world, single academy trusts (SATs) will be under increasing pressure to join multi academy trusts (MATs). Should they consider moving now before they are pushed, asks Liz Wicks?
Hillier Hopkins
The competition for good people is heating up.
Hillier Hopkins
Natasha Heron has started releasing the second season of her successful podcast Tax Able With Tash.
Hillier Hopkins
Academy trusts will shortly need to submit their unaudited annual End of Year Certificate to Teachers' Pensions.
Hillier Hopkins
1 July 2022 was to be the date that border controls on EU imports were to come fully into force. Today, the Government has announced that these will not be introduced this year.
TMF Group BV
Trade receivables securitisations (TRS) were once thought complex and risky. Now, in this new age of uncertainty, they are growing rapidly in popularity among corporates seeking...
TMF Group BV
As of 1 April 2022, the UK has introduced a new regime for the taxation of qualifying asset holding companies (QAHCs). This has been designed to enhance interest towards the UK as a location for asset...
Digital value creation opportunities abound in Private Equity portfolio companies.
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