Are feelings of unhappiness, or parties simply drifting apart grounds for a divorce? As one petitioner found out to her detriment, the answer is no.
The Government is consulting on whether to reform the law on corporate liability for economic crime.
Following the Charity Commission’s consultation on, the Law Society published its response in a document setting out its suggestions for inclusion in the Commission’s procedures.
We are pleased to announce that Andrew Li joined the partnership with effect from 1 January.
The new data protection rules will apply from 25 May 2018. This briefing examines the key changes and highlights actions to take.
HMRC’s guidance on the higher rate, originally published in March 2016, was updated in November 2016. Those who have not yet read the updated guidance are advised to do so.
The recent high court case of Gunewardena v Conran Holdings Limited illustrated how dramatically business relationships in the restaurant industry can deteriorate under immense pressure.
Investment in infrastructure, productivity and research & development were some of the principal focuses of the Autumn Statement; we provide a summary below of some of the key points that affect the technology sector.
Companies that develop video games in the UK, are able to make savings on their corporation tax bill through the Video Games Tax Relief. The Relief can therefore be highly beneficial.