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Fintech predictions for 2017 and the reality of 2016

Fintech industry experts reflect on the developments of 2016 and predict what's ahead for 2017. We take a look at the predictions of the most esteemed commentators and round up those that stood out.
24 January 2017

Scotland plans overhaul of environmental permitting

A consultation by SEPA and the Scottish Government proposes an integrated framework for environmental authorisations.
23 January 2017

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Burges Salmon named Law Firm of the Year by RollOnFriday

One of the UK's leading providers of news and views on the legal sector has named Burges Salmon Firm of the Year for the second year running. 
20 January 2017

Important FTT decision on fixed establishments and the place of supply for VAT

In Multimedia Computing Limited and Deed Poll Services Limited v HMRC, the FTT has found that a Jersey company made supplies within the UK using its sister company as a fixed establishment.
18 January 2017

How far is too far? Wellesley's impact on remoteness of damage in professional liability

A look at the impact of the Wellesley judgment on recoverable losses where a professional is liable concurrently in contract and in tort, focusing on Timothy Wright v Lewis Silkin LLP.
18 January 2017

Corporate liability for economic crime: government consultation launched

Ministry of Justice opens consultation on corporate liability for economic crime, including fraud, money laundering and false accounting.
18 January 2017

Takeover Code: Given the cold-shoulder

Systematically lying to a statutory regulator results in cold-shouldering sanction.
13 January 2017

Influencing UK chemicals regulation after Brexit

Businesses dealing with chemicals and products should get involved in the Environmental Audit Committee's inquiry.
12 January 2017

Biffin Ltd and others v HMRC – injunction granted to prevent HMRC enforcement action

The High Court has granted an interim injunction to prevent HMRC enforcing payment of a disputed tax liability.
10 January 2017

EU court rules against UK data retention legislation

The Court of Justice of the European Union has handed down a decision that raises question marks over the validity of some of the powers contained in the Investigatory Powers Act 2016.
09 January 2017

The Investigatory Powers Act: what does it mean for telecommunications operators?

The Investigatory Powers Act 2016 received royal assent on 29 November 2016 after review by the House of Lords earlier in the month.
06 January 2017

Consultation on changing the regulation of small self-administered pensions schemes

This update summarises the proposal on tackling pension scams in regard to small self-administered pensions schemes in a recent consultation. It looks at the proposals and their likely implications.
05 January 2017
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