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Case Note: Lynton Exports (Alsager) Ltd v Revenue And Customs Commissioners [2022] UKFTT 00224 (TC)
Joseph Hage Aaronson
As HMRC continue to apply the Kittel principle to increasing numbers of industries and businesses, this decision reinforces that:
Isaac v (1) Tan (2) Cardiff City Football Club (Holdings) Ltd [2022] EWHC 2023 (Ch)
Gatehouse Chambers
Last Friday Mr Justice Adam Johnson handed down judgment in Isaac v (1) Tan (2) Cardiff City Football Club (Holdings) Ltd [2022] EWHC 2023 (Ch), an unfair prejudice petition brought by a...
Court Finds Unlawfulness In Relation To Government's Net Zero Strategy
Herbert Smith Freehills
In R (Friends of the Earth Ltd and ors) v Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy [2022] EWHC 1841 (Admin), the High Court partially upheld a challenge to the Government's Net Zero Strategy...
The Nip And Tuck Of Negligent Surgery Overseas – A High Court Judgment
Gatehouse Chambers
Recent years have seen an increase in patients travelling abroad for elective medical treatment. There are often different reasons for this, such as lengthy NHS waiting times, and the lower prices often charged by foreign private clinics.
Snapshot: How Does The JFSC Gather Information - And Is It Protected?
In order to discharge its functions effectively the JFSC requires a broad range of information, which often comes from the very firms it regulates.
Competition Appeal Tribunal Considers When There Is A Dispute Sufficient To Give Rise To Without Prejudice Privilege
Herbert Smith Freehills
In a recent decision, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) held that an email was protected by without prejudice privilege, where it sought to resolve a dispute about interpretation of ...
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