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Nabarro has released its Pensions Update for May 2013.
A landlord has been ordered to repay an apportioned amount of rent and other sums paid by a tenant in advance under a pre-condition to a break option.
Nabarro has released the May 2013 edition of its Real Estate newsletter.
The government published legislation at the end of last week that will relax the rules on when planning permission is needed for change of use.
Sam Robinson, senior associate at Nabarro, considers the impact of EMIR on the OTC derivatives market.
Nabarro has considered the practical implications of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) on businesses.
On 2 April 2013, the European Union Article 29 Working Party issued an opinion that will have important ramifications for all those involved in processing personal data in the EU.
Final-salary liabilities for past and future service can often be reduced — it is just a case of knowing how to go about it and understanding how to manage the trustees’ concerns.
Nabarro has launched the April 2013 edition of Pensions Update.
The London Stock Exchange has announced the creation of a fourth listing option on its London stock exchanges.
The April 2013 issue of Nabarro’s Construction and Engineering newsletter is available now.
The government has launched a consultation on whether NHS organisations should be made subject to compulsory data protection audits.
For public authorities struggling with mounting challenges to tenders and stringent transparency requirements, a ruling by the Scottish Court of Session is likely provide some relief.
Management services provided to a fund in which the assets of defined-benefit pension schemes are pooled for investment purposes are not exempt from VAT.
In Edward Allchin v HMRC, the First-tier Tribunal has confirmed that the novation of a contract does not fall within the SDLT sub-sale relief provisions.
The government has revised the scope of its procurement and tax proposals in response to extensive concerns raised by stakeholders.
Nabarro has announced the passing of Clare Grayston, partner, on 8 April 2013 following a short illness.
Loyalty Management has won its long-running battle to deduct input tax incurred during the ordinary course of its business.
The CJEU has confirmed that investment advice provided to certain investment funds by a third party constitutes an activity of ‘management’ and therefore benefits from VAT exemption.
How you approach the issue of BYOD depends on the nature of your business, whether the practice offers you any real benefits and your IT budget and capabilities.