A report on the outcome of the consultation to review the highway and railway thresholds in the Planning Act 2008
A summary of the most recent tax related developments.
In what could set a precedent in the interpretation of ‘wholly and exclusively’ allowable expenditure, Dr Samad Samadian has had his appeal dismissed by the HMRC tribunal, the culmination of a seven year battle with them over his business mileage claims.
As from 6 April 2013, small unincorporated businesses have the opportunity to calculate their profits using the cash accounting basis.
HMRC has launched a disclosure campaign aimed at those who have not declared tax on the sale of a property. September 2013.
A discussion which primarily focuses on Libya highlighting opportunities in the market, key legal and regulatory frameworks, as well as practical requirements for doing business in Libya.
A discussion on how the market can maintain momentum in the year ahead following a successful 2012.
Traditionally, conduct supervision has focused on two issues, consumer protection and market integrity, with financial crime sometimes identified separately.
The focus on impairment is intensifying as the IASB and FASB unveiled their latest proposals for recognition and measurement of impairment in March.
The new Health and Safety Regulations 2013 come into force on 11 May 2013, and it was built on existing law and provides specific detail on requirements that must be undertaken by healthcare employers and their contractors.
The number of care homes businesses going bust has increased from 35 in 2010 to 67 in 2012, according to accountancy firm, Wilkins Kennedy.
On 1 April 2013, FIDIC issued guidance on how to deal with a contracting party who has failed to comply with a ‘binding’ decision of a Dispute Adjudication Board.
As Sergio Aguero twirled his shirt above his head in celebration following his title-clinching 94th minute strike in the final game of last year's Premiership season, few would have guessed the personal difficulties the Manchester City star was facing.
An update on the most recent developments affecting the charity and not-for-profit sectors.
The recession has affected different parts of the economy in different ways.
Since the Civil Procedure Rules were first introduced in 1998, parties involved in Court proceedings have had to "disclose" the relevant documents that they have to the other side.
Settlement offers made in accordance with Part 36 of the Civil Procedure Rules (known as "Part 36 Offers" for short) have become a crucial weapon in the arsenal of any party involved in litigation.
Legal Profession Privilege is a form of confidentiality covering communications between clients and their lawyers, which provides clients with an absolute right to refuse to disclose such communications in legal proceedings.
In the latest in our series of articles on "How to avoid…" common legal problems, Michael Axe summarises some of the steps that you can take to ensure that your confidential and privileged communications remain protected from disclosure in legal proceedings.
Top tips for those in public office when weathering public scrutiny.