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Corporate offences of failure to prevent facilitation of tax evasion: what you should know

We look at the corporate offences which are expected to come into force in September with the Criminal Finances Act 2017.
12 May 2017

Crowdfunding: restriction on 'offers to the public'

Investment-based crowdfunding platforms are usually well-educated on financial promotions but, in the race to raise funds, may overlook another area of key legal importance.
11 May 2017

The Bus Services Act 2017: key issues

The Bus Services Act 2017 has received Royal Assent and this article considers the key changes and concerns. 
09 May 2017

Government publishes air quality plan

Defra’s latest attempt at an air quality plan contains limited detail and raises the prospect of further legal challenge.
09 May 2017

The new normal: SFO enters into £129 million Deferred Prosecution Agreement with Tesco

In entering its fourth deferred prosecution agreement, the Serious Fraud Office has imposed a fine of £129 million on Tesco for artificially inflating its profits and misleading investors.
05 May 2017

Meeting EU air quality standards – is the UK blowing hot and cold?

The UK has until mid-April 2017 to take action to improve its air quality. Simon Tilling and Sarah Raby discuss the problems facing and options available to the government.
05 May 2017

The Modern Slavery Act – making a statement in the construction industry

The Modern Slavery Act is an important step forward when addressing the problem of human trafficking and forced labour in the construction industry. 
05 May 2017

Parliament demands urgent clarity on UK chemicals regulation post-Brexit

An inquiry by Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee concludes that the government must develop a post-Brexit plan for UK chemicals regulation without delay.
04 May 2017

FCA v Macris: restrictive meaning of "identifies" under s393 FSMA 2000

Supreme Court overturns the findings of the Court of Appeal and the Upper Tribunal and adopts a restrictive meaning of the word "identifies" in s393 FSMA 2000 in FCA v Macris.
03 May 2017

Principal Private Residence Relief: how does PPR apply between exchange and completion?

The First Tier Tribunal has rejected HMRC’s argument that the taxpayer’s period of ownership of a property should include time taken between exchange and completion.
03 May 2017

New Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations – what are the key changes?

The new EIA Regulations are due to come into force on 16 May 2017. This article explores the amendments and highlights the steps developers and local authorities will need to take in order to comply.
03 May 2017

Government must publish air pollution plans before general election

The High Court has ruled that the UK government must publish its draft air pollution plans on 9 May, with final publication due on 31 July.
28 April 2017
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