Our site uses cookies

I agree Our site saves small pieces of text information, called “cookies” on your device. Find out more in our cookie policy. You can disable the usage of cookies by changing the settings of your browser. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Professional Practices

  • Round table discussion on changing law firm business structures

    Mergers, finance, technology and succession planning were high on the agenda at the latest Gazette roundtable, which discussed changing law firm business structures.

    Posted by Corinne Staves on
  • Why the Home Office is complicating investor visas

    With the UKBA's requirement for a Tolstoyesque dossier of details on visa applicants, one may be able to sympathise with Roman Abramovich's immigration troubles.

    Posted by Jessica Zimmerman on
  • Cambridge Analytica scandal shines light on GDPR

    Our personal data is more vulnerable than we think – the incoming GDPR offers an opportunity to demystify the confusing world of how our data is processed.

    Posted by Stuart Smyth on
  • Regulation and compliance

    MTG partner Richard Turnor was quoted in the FT in an article about the legal advisors in the BHS sale and the compliance and regulatory processes law firms have in place when vetting clients.

    Posted by Richard Turnor on
  • Professional Practices Alliance

    Following the recent launch of the Professional Practices Alliance, of which MTG is a founder member, Partner Richard Turnor has been quoted in the Lawyer describing the benefits of the Alliance for clients.

    Posted by Richard Turnor on
  • LLP tax changes hit hard

    The text of Richard Turnor and Corinne Staves' article regarding the changes to the taxation of partnerships and LLPs, first published in Private Equity News, is reproduced below with their kind permission.

    Posted by Richard Turnor on
  • None

    The Chancellor's Autumn Statement

    The Chancellor delivered the 2013 Autumn Statement (one of the two yearly statements made by the Treasury to Parliament, and so named despite the fact it is invariably delivered in winter) on Wednesday 5 December.

    Posted by Ed Powles on
  • After Dennis O'Riordan, how to avoid being conned by a fake CV

    First class degree and PhD from Oxford, Master's degree from Harvard, Member of the New York Bar. Impressive? Certain City law firms certainly thought so when they hired top litigator Dennis O'Riordan (known as Tom).

    Posted on
  • None

    Legal 500 Awards 2013

    Maurice Turnor Gardner is delighted that the Partnerships and Professional Practices team retained its top tier ranking in Legal 500 2013 and it is one of only three firms shortlisted for an award recognising its specialism in partnership matters.

    Posted by Richard Turnor on
  • None

    Tweeticide: How misusing Twitter can land you in a legal minefield

    Tweets are designed to be sent as spur-of-the-moment comments, but so much can be said - or unsaid - in just 140 characters.

    Posted by Arabella Murphy on