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On 25 February, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published its updated code of practice on conducting privacy impact assessments.
Supplies of goods to customers fraudulently using a bank card are subject to VAT where the card provider pays for those goods
The CJEU has ruled that a supplier must account for output VAT on payments received from third party card providers for supplies made to customers who bought goods using a fraudulent card.
This article explains the key changes of the Defamation Act 2013 and the Defamation Regulations 2013 and what they might mean for parties involved in defamation claims.
To safeguard your organisation’s interests, it is prudent to be clear about your various routes and options, before embarking on termination discussions with an employee.
The recent changes introduced in Luxembourg to its limited partnerships make it a desirable jurisdiction in which to establish alternative investment funds.
The Court of Appeal has upheld an appeal from the High Court decision in Clark v In Focus that Financial Ombudsman Service decisions are not binding on the claimant.
The case of Olympic Airlines has highlighted the difficulty for a pension scheme with an overseas employer in gaining entry to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
The deadline for certifying or re-certifying contingent assets, in order to secure a PPF levy reduction, is 17:00 on 31 March 2014.
The EAT has ruled that the restriction in the Equality Act that provides that survivors’ benefits for civil partners need only be provided in relation to service since 5 December 2005 is lawful.
Joining us at Nabarro would greatly increase your chances of building the kind of career you have in mind.
According to a 2012 NHS report, 26 per cent of the UK’s adult population is obese. Data shows an approximate one per cent annual increase in obesity.
Nabarro’s March 2013 pensions update is available now.
The claimant in Westwood Shipping Lines Inc and another company v Universal Schiffartsgesellschaft MBH and another  EWCH 3837 (Comm) had been a party to arbitral proceedings in which certain documents had been disclosed to it.
Spring is an excellent time to refresh your employment contracts. Even contracts that are kept under regular review may have become a little outdated as a result of recent developments in employment law.
Issue 93 of Quarter Day discusses topics, including permissable margins and contributory negligence, a change in bailiff action and reformed civil ligitation costs.
This month’s Real Estate newsletter from Nabarro discusses residential tenancies, explains how to avoid stopping up and explores the various types of tenant security.
In 2008, the government introduced tax breaks for UK property funds. Now, five years on, we are seeing authorised investment funds being launched as property authorised investment funds.
With effect from 1 April 2013, suppliers tendering for government contracts above the threshold will be required to declare their tax compliance history as part of the public procurement process.
A number of judgments, published in the last few weeks, are likely to affect the day-to-day working practices of many of our readers.
On 19 December 2012, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down its long-anticipated judgment in the ONEL/OMEL case.