Offshore Non-Compliance under the spotlight
Undeclared offshore assets are firmly on the radar of H M Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) in furtherance of the government’s continued crackdown on tax evasion and avoidance. HMRC have recently… Read more →
Declaring Offshore Assets? Tick it off your summer check list…
H M Revenue and Customs (“HMRC“) has launched a new regime to encourage UK taxpayers to disclose undeclared offshore assets before 30 September 2018. This also applies to trustees of… Read more →
Wedlake Bell’s family team appeared in the list for 2018 as one of eprivateclient’s Top Family Law Firms at their awards evening
On Monday 2nd July 2018, Charmaine Hast and Sarah Campbell attended Dixon Wilson’s offices for the 2018 eprivateclient Top Family Law Firms awards evening, sponsored by Close Brothers. eprivateclient explain… Read more →
Quarterly in advance Summer 2018 – How to plan for a refund
Refunds of planning application fees. Tips to ensure you remain eligible As a consumer, you have the right to a refund if a service that you buy is not delivered… Read more →
Tomorrow’s City, Today’s Challenge
What’s it all about? The World Health Organisation predicted that by 2030 over 60% of the world’s population will live in cities. What will that mean for the built environment… Read more →
Quarterly in advance Summer 2018 – Assign of the times?
The assignment clause in a commercial lease – where are we now? Most commercial leases allow the tenant to assign the lease subject to first obtaining landlord’s consent. The assignment… Read more →
Quarterly in advance Summer 2018 – Can I protect my view?
“I have a house in the countryside, which has spectacular views, which were the main reason for purchasing it. I have lived there for over 20 years, but the neighbouring… Read more →
Employment status and IR35 – latest developments and practical impact
It’s not just the “gig” economy – this event will help businesses of all types understand the evolving case law and new legislation that impacts on how they can engage… Read more →
Tenants Under Stress – what can landlords and tenants do?
We’ll cover the most important cases in landlord and tenant law this year. The precise details will be determined by court decisions right up to the date of our seminar.… Read more →
Without Prejudice Privilege
It is said that the term ‘Without prejudice’ is used more than it is understood. Join litigation specialist, David Golten, as he discusses the application of without prejudice privilege with… Read more →
Employment law webinar – Payments on termination of employment: the new rules
On 9 April 2018, we hosted a webinar on Payments on termination of employment: the new rules. We covered the new tax legislation that came into force on 6 April… Read more →