Sort By
Suggestion message
Filter posts

Kamal Rahman speaks to the FT


EU citizens struggle with 85-page application to stay in UK after Brexit

Increased enforcement activity by the CMA - what does this mean for you?


Back in February 2016, the National Audit Office ("NAO") criticised the lack of successful enforcement activity by the Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA").

Countdown to 2017: Deemed domicile, inheritance tax and the need for urgent action


Under the current rules, once a non-domiciled individual has been UK tax resident for 17 out of the previous 20 tax years, they will be treated as deemed domiciled in the UK for inheritance tax purposes.

Countdown to 2017 - Final chance for trustees to "wash out" gains on payments to non-UK residents


The publication of the draft Finance Bill 2017 on 5 December 2016 contained a series of unexpected and far reaching changes to the taxation of offshore trusts.

Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya ranked 24th

Balancing workers' rights with the gig economy


What do a plumber, a mini cab driver and a bike courier all have in common?

How social class can affect your pay


Professionals from elite backgrounds earn more than peers from working-class families

February - Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal


Draft Finance Bill 2017 clauses have finally been released on the income tax treatment of offshore trusts.

to our mailings

If you would like to keep up to date with news, publications or briefings please subscribe here.

LGBT in the Workplace Summit: 7 March 2017

Firm News

Mishcon supports LGBT equality in the workplace

People do have strong rights under the Data Protection Act confirms Court of Appeal


On 16 February 2017, the Court of Appeal issued its long-awaited judgment in Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing clarifying certain aspects of the subject access right (SAR) under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA). The Information Commissioner's Office intervened to make submissions in the case.

Children must be seen and heard in divorce


Sandra Davis writes for Spears

Anthony Julius on CNN - Irving v Lipstadt

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya's Anthony Julius speaks to CNN about the high profile Irving v Lipstadt case.

Kings Cross: A Master Class in Regeneration


The past decade has seen the transformation of Kings Cross from a rundown, former red light district into a buzzing neighbourhood, a place to meet, eat, live, work and – of course – travel into and out of.

Call for F1 investigation over allegations of Anti-Competitive Practice


Anneliese Dodds, Labour MEP for the southeast of England, has called for an immediate investigation into competition concerns arising from the Formula One motorsport industry.

The Article 50 legal challenge


Clarifying the UK's constitutional requirements to start Brexit

London & The World | Issue 4 | February 2017


Welcome to London & The World. This bulletin is designed to bring you the latest comment and analysis on the topics most relevant to you and your clients.

Sal Karatas, Turkish founder of SaasPass, on FT World Tech Founders podcast

Firm News

On the challenges tech companies face in Istanbul

UPC: time to finalise opt-out strategies


David Rose and Nina O'Sullivan write for World Intellectual Property Review

Calling entrepreneurs


It's time to be vocal about the post-Brexit visa system you need