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UK fraud hotspots revealed

Following a Freedom of Information request submitted to Action Fraud UK, Which? has published a map revealing the UK’s fraud hotspots.

June – Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

First-tier Tribunal considers whether costs incurred by a purchaser and reimbursed by a seller on the disposal of a property are deductible under TCGA 1992 s 38.

What the Queen’s speech means for employers

After a slight delay, the Queen's speech yesterday set out what we can expect in the way of new legislation over the next two years. Although it was brief and high level - avoiding too much detail - we have considered the potential implications for employment law.

Multiple drinks can Community design registration held invalid

The EU General Court has upheld a decision that a Community registered design featuring three sizes of drinks can, registered by Ball Beverage Packaging, is invalid on the basis that it does not have individual character over earlier similar drinks can designs on the market.

CRS & beneficial ownership registers

What serious newspapers & tabloids have in common

Women on boards – measuring progress

In a recent report, “Women in the boardroom – A global perspective”, Deloitte has tracked the efforts of 64 countries to promote gender diversity in the boardroom.

How will the GDPR affect recruitment businesses?

Most readers will be aware that the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force across all EU member states (including the UK), Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, on 25th May 2018.

Caldicott’s concerns: DeepMind and the Royal Free London

The latest medical data sharing controversy to attract the interest of regulators and the press involves the Royal Free London (‘RFL’), one of London’s biggest hospitals

Protect your new business from the beginning

Nobody starts a business with all the answers, but for startups and scaleups, your people are your business.

Brexit and investment migration to the UK: Summer 2017

Kamal Rahman and Fran Rance review the current immigration policy in the UK and the uncertainty surrounding the future landscape of migration.

Out of rithm

Price-bot wars

The latest in trademarks and passing off

In this webinar, a specialist panel that includes Mishcon's Nina O'Sullivan discusses the key changes in the law of trade marks and passing off over the last 12 months.

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General Election 2017

How it could affect the way sport is run

Nicola Bridge on GDPR

Partner Nicola Bridge has written an article for in association with London Tech Week: 'How the GDPR is Set to Shake Up Tech Companies: What You Need to Know'.

Joe Hancock on Cyber-attacks and the threat they pose to the Betting & Gaming industry

Following a recent industry breakfast hosted at Mishcon de Reya, Gambling Compliance reports on how online gambling operators leave themselves open to attack in their article: 'Omni-Channel Can Weaken Hacking Defences, Experts Say'

Credit for pleading guilty

The new rules

Court condemns Director's Secret Profits

The Court of Appeal has recently considered a claim against a company director who misapplied company property for his personal benefit.

KPMG Gaming eSummit in Malta

With Susan Breen

Data reporting by employers - a new trend?

Hot on the heels of the new gender pay reporting obligations introduced last month, the Conservative Party manifesto which was launched last week (and which we blogged about here) included a pledge to tackle racial pay disparities by introducing reporting on how different ethnic groups are paid.

Finance Bill 2017

All non-dom tax changes on hold