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In brief

  • We (still) need to talk about the office

    The Professional Practices Alliance hosted an interactive discussion on the future of working arrangements and professional firm space chaired by Corinne Staves, with panelists Oliver Richards, Beth Hale and Rob Millard.

    Posted by Corinne Staves on
  • Meet | The | Experts - Art and antiquities crossing borders: whose law wins?

    Transactions involving art and heritage property can give rise to issues of great complexity, particularly in relation to title: who really owns an asset, and is that ownership always as certain as it seems?

    Posted by Ed Powles on
  • MEET | THE | EXPERTS: A Taxing Time or Time for Tax

    23 March saw the launch of the Treasury Committee’s report ‘Tax after coronavirus’, Budget Day and a later release of tax related consultations and calls for evidence. To review our experts' views please click on the link below

    Posted by Fiona Poole on
  • Tax Day: Private Client spotlight

    Ordinarily tax consultations and calls for evidence are published alongside the Chancellor’s statement on Budget Day. This year the government announced that accompanying tax papers would be delayed until 23 March, since dubbed “Tax Day”

    Posted by Fiona Poole on
  • What charities and trustees can learn from Kids Company

    As Kids Company demonstrates, trusteeship is a role that comes with significant duties as well as rewards, writes Jennifer Emms.

    Posted by Jennifer Emms on
  • International Students: A new route for graduates

    The Graduate Route Visa provides a route for international students who, having completed an undergraduate (or higher) level degree at a UK Higher Education Provider, can now apply to remain in the UK from 1 July 2021.

    Posted by James Jarvis on
  • Spring Budget 2021: Private Client Spotlight

    The Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his Budget announcement to Parliament on 3 March. Many had been waiting to see whether the Chancellor would announce tax rate increases with the ambition of replenishing the country’s coffers ravaged by COVID.

    Posted by Fiona Poole on
  • MEET | THE | EXPERTS: A Taxing Time or Time for Tax

    March sees the launch of the Treasury Committee’s report ‘Tax after coronavirus’, Budget Day and a later release of tax related consultations and calls for evidence. Join our experts at 11am on 24 March to see how these developments may affect you.

    Posted by Fiona Poole on
  • A guide to the "frontier worker" permit

    It has long been accepted that individuals who primarily live in one EU country may regularly work in another member state. Free movement, one of the four economic freedoms, enabled this working pattern to develop and flourish.

    Posted by Alice Wheatley on
  • MTG Welcomes Today’s Kids Company Judgment for its Client

    Jennifer Emms: “There will be enormous relief from the defendants and other charities. There was never any allegation of dishonesty – it’s hard to see how it was appropriate for such an onerous case to be brought in the first place.”

    Posted by Jennifer Emms on