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Burges Salmon Private Client trio named in the Citywealth Future Leaders Top 100

The Citywealth list celebrates rising stars under 40 in the private wealth industry.
07 June 2017

Innovate Finance reports on the outcome of its Industry Sandbox Consultation

Innovate Finance's report on an industry sandbox suggests exciting opportunities ahead for UK fintech.
07 June 2017

Beneficial ownership: do you know the PSC regime is changing?

More companies and other entities must disclose details of the people with significant control over them, and disclose it more often.
06 June 2017

Airport refused the power to apply higher access charges to rail users of railway link

The ORR's 'ground-breaking' decision that Heathrow cannot apply higher charges for access to its rail link has been upheld. This ruling has implications for rail link operators, sponsors and users.
05 June 2017

Automatic enrolment: The Pensions Regulator will not tolerate non-compliance

Employers that fail to comply with TPR's demand for information about automatic enrolment in a pension scheme can face a civil fine or criminal prosecution.
05 June 2017

The government's air quality plan – ClientEarth launches fresh legal challenge

Defra's latest attempt at an air quality plan has provoked yet another challenge from ClientEarth through the courts.
02 June 2017

Purchasers may have rights in unbuilt leasehold property

In Alpha Student in Liquidation v Anthony Yiu-Wing Wong, it was held that purchasers of unbuilt leasehold flats have an enforceable equitable lien over the air-space in the freehold site.
02 June 2017

No need to vary freezing orders to enforce pre-existing security

The case of Taylor v Van Dutch Marine Holding Ltd confirmed that a secured creditor does not need to vary a freezing order granted to a third party to enforce its pre-existing security.
02 June 2017

Unintended consequences: restructuring wipes out loss in negligent advice claim

The Supreme Court has unanimously held that the distinction between a company and its owner is crucial in considering whether damages are payable as a result of negligent advice given to the company.
02 June 2017

A company must have a settled intention to appoint an administrator when filing a NOI

The Court of Appeal's judgment in JCAM v Davis Haulage has clarified the administration appointment process.
01 June 2017

General Election 2017 – key employment law proposals

We set out some of the key employment law proposals in the Election manifestos of the three main parties for the forthcoming General Election.
30 May 2017

Distributed ledger technology: FCA publishes Discussion Paper

The regulator's Discussion Paper on distributed ledger technology shows its commitment to better engage with UK fintech and highlights some key issues in the technology's development.
30 May 2017
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