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Insights from 2017

Stamp Duty Land Tax – Scrapped for first-time buyers

by Tom Marshall | Dec 11, 2017

Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, announced on the 22nd November that stamp duty is to be abolished for first-time buyers on properties up […]

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SUPREME COURT QUASHES THE EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL AND EMPLOYMENT APPEAL TRIBUNAL FEES ORDER 2013

by Administrator | Jul 31, 2017

The Supreme Court ruled on the 26th July 2017 that the Government’s employment tribunal fees are “illegal” and preventing people access […]

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‘DEPENDENT CONTRACTOR’ STATUS PROPOSED FOR THE GIG ECONOMY BY TAYLOR REVIEW

by Administrator | Jul 18, 2017

Anyone who deals with employment law and employment practices knows that the landscape of employment status is filled with potential […]

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PILOT SCHEME TO CAP COSTS AT £80K

by Administrator | Jul 3, 2017

Pilot scheme to cap costs at £80k Civil claims costs have always been scrutinised and measured on the proportionality principle […]

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IMMIGRATION LAW UPDATE

by Administrator | Jun 16, 2017

A number of changes to the Immigration Rules came into effect on 24 November 2016, with further changes coming into […]

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INCREASE IN PROBATE REGISTRY FEES – WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

by Administrator | Mar 30, 2017

UPDATE – The MOJ have on the 21st April 2017, scrapped the proposed increase in probate fees. Whether this remains […]

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FIRST CASE UNDER THE INHERITANCE (PROVISION FOR FAMILY AND DEPENDANTS) ACT 1975 (IPFDA) TO REACH THE HIGHEST COURT

by Administrator | Mar 21, 2017

In March 2017 the Supreme Court handed down judgment in Ilott v The Blue Cross and Others in the first […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA AND DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR AIM COMPANIES

by Administrator | Feb 24, 2017

“Inside AIM” have published a recent article that examines the interaction of social media with disclosure obligations under the AIM […]

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ENTERPRISE INVESTMENT SCHEME RELIEF REQUIREMENTS

by Administrator | Feb 17, 2017

The case of Abingdon Health Limited v HMRC involved the First-tier Tribunal considering the requirements for qualifying for relief under the enterprise […]

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MEDIATION: AN ATTRACTIVE ALTERNATIVE TO COURT IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION

by Administrator | Feb 6, 2017

Mediation has become a popular form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in recent years. In many cases, it provides a […]

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