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  • Brexit: the potential impact

    The British people have made the historic decision to leave the EU. No state has ever left the European Union before, and the rules for exit – contained in Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon – are very brief. We will therefore undoubtedly see much speculation over the coming weeks.
  • Real Insights - Property UpdateIssue 10 | May 2016

    The government recently unveiled its final proposals for a new form of limited partnership vehicle, to be known as a private fund limited partnership (PFLP).
  • Enforcement WatchIssue 19 | May 2016

    This edition of Enforcement Watch looks both at the messages of the enforcement cases in the last few months and at what changes on the horizon are likely to mean for firms and individuals in the shape of future enforcement.
  • Inside DisputesIssue 6 | May 2016

    Welcome to Inside Disputes, our e-bulletin focusing on all things dispute-related.
  • A month until the EU referendum: what might Brexit look like?

    "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?" This is the question to be answered by the British public in the referendum being held one month from today on Thursday 23 June.
  • Recruitment WatchIssue 4 | March 2016

    Welcome to the latest edition of Recruitment Watch, prepared by the Firm's Recruitment Services Group.
  • Employment MattersIssue 2 | March 2016

    Welcome to our latest newsletter, designed to keep you updated on the latest developments in employment law...
  • Reflections on the 2015 private client tax landscape

    Key developments in the ever changing private client tax landscape during the course of 2015 include major changes to the ways in which non-domiciled and non-resident individuals are taxed, the planned introduction of a new inheritance tax nil rate band for homeowners, a three-pronged attack on buy to let landlords and ongoing anti-avoidance measures.
  • London & The WorldIssue 2 | November 2015

    Welcome to the second issue of London & The World. This e-bulletin is designed to bring you the latest comment and analysis on the topics most relevant to you and your clients.
  • Brand MattersIssue 6 | November 2015

    Welcome to the latest edition of Brand Matters, our e-bulletin focusing on issues that affect brand owners and advisors.
  • Property ShapersIssue 12 | October 2015

    "Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress and working together is success," said Henry Ford. This is the man who brought someone else's invention – the car – to the masses, transforming millions of lives. He understood first-hand how collaboration can cross-pollinate ideas. Collaborative thought and working draws people together, creates ideas and can also help to save resources and money.
  • FT London and the World

    How the world sees London | ‘Super-diversity’ and community cohesion | The battle to be mayor
  • Tax AwareIssue 1 | October 2015

    The Court of Appeal gives short shrift to taxpayers' application for judicial review regarding retrospective SDLT changes
  • Activism Armoury: A guide to the tools available to activist shareholders

    This guide discusses the key legislative and regulatory tools available to activist shareholders and the defences available to companies. The most effective means of attack (and response by the company) will depend on a range of factors, including what the activist hopes to achieve; often a combination of strategies will be employed.
  • 2015 The Leap: Igniting Explosive Growth

    The findings and arguments of two debates held in the second half of 2014 formed the basis of this thought leadership report. The report casts a spotlight on modern British entrepreneurship, establishes a roadmap for our future economic prosperity, and showcases what the disruptors of tomorrow can learn from the Change Makers of today.
  • Private Matters

    In this edition of Private Matters, we cover the Government's changes to the Tier 1 (Investor) Visa requirements, the recent case of Lucien Freud's Secret Trust, our response to the changes to the Russian CFC Rules, what to consider when embarking on art e-commerce and a write up of the WHY festival at Southbank Centre.