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Is there still any point in owning a home through a company?

What are the recent and upcoming changes to the UK tax regime relating to the ownership of UK residential property through corporate structures?
27 April 2016

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Sickness absence: four steps to spotting and dealing with malingerers

How do HR manage employees whose absence patterns suggest they are malingerers? Catharine Cooksley, looks at recent legal cases and provides four steps employers can take to deal with the problem.
27 April 2016

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The senior managers and certification regimes & employment aspects

What employers need to know about the regulators’ new regimes to increase personal accountability in the financial services sector.
26 April 2016

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The FCA's review of the fair treatment of long-standing life insurance customers

An overview of the FCA’s findings and the issues firms need to be aware of to ensure they are treating customers fairly.
26 April 2016

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Internal Investigations: balancing privilege with FCA engagement

There is tension between asserting legal entitlement and cooperating with the FCA. How should firms conduct investigations to protect themselves and enable them to engage appropriately with the FCA?
26 April 2016

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Budget 2016 - what's new?

Morrison and Higgins consider the details of increased stamp duty land tax burden for buyers and their advisers.
25 April 2016

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Greenhouse gas emissions - reporting in the UK

Burges Salmon's Ross Fairley and Richard Manning from the energy and environment team examine the current state of compulsory business greenhouse gas emissions reporting in the UK. 
25 April 2016

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Comparing LISAs and pensions

In this article for Tax Journal, Alice Honeywill sets out a comparison of what is currently known about LISAs v pensions. Published by LexisNexis on 14 April 2016.
25 April 2016

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Director liabilities in the spotlight - wrongful trading and misfeasance

Actions for misfeasance and wrongful trading are something of a lottery. This article analyses three recent decisions and why proving where blame lies can be harder than it looks.
19 April 2016

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Legislative and regulatory update

The past few months have seen some interesting developments in legislative and regulatory requirements in the restructuring and insolvency world. We explore a number of them in this article.
19 April 2016

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To recognise foreign proceedings or not

To recognise foreign proceedings or not - two recent contrasting decisions under UNCITRAL and the EU Regulation.
19 April 2016

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Court of Appeal affirms High Court’s interpretation of “further advances”

A recent Court of Appeal case has upheld the High Court’s interpretation of “further advances”. We discuss these advances in the following briefing.
19 April 2016

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