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The First-tier Tribunal has decided that certain students of further education colleges are treated as receiving their tuition ‘free of charge’, and thus not giving rise to a business activity.
Following the introduction of the disguised remuneration rules in 2011, HMRC has promised to vigorously pursue existing employee benefit trusts.
The passenger of a hot air balloon that is losing altitude is advised to throw out as much luggage as possible. This appears to have been the thought of HMRC in the litigation against Skyview Ballooning.
The FCA has fined JLT Speciality £1,876,000 for failing to manage bribery and corruption risks created by overseas payments, in breach of Principle 3 of PRIN.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a webpage on the implementation of COLL 4.2.5R(3)(ca).
The FCA has fined Christoper Willford £30,000 for failing to provide the board with up-to-date information about Bradford & Bingley’s financial position.
Concerns had been raised by stakeholders in relation to the Financial Conduct Authority’s proposed deadline of 22 January 2014.
SEC and FINRA release priorities for SEC’s examinations of investment advisers and investment companies and FINRA’s examinations of broker-dealers.
The European Banking Authority has approved the draft regulatory technical standard on the definition of material risk takers.
For bankers the ruling in the recent divorce case of P v P is a real bonus.
Withers has announced that Suzanne Todd, a partner in family law team, has been named in The Lawyer’s ‘Hot 100’ report this year.
The new year has brought those of us operating in the field of media law a new act — the Defamation Act 2013 — which came into force on 1 January 2014.
HMRC’s attempt to defend its doomed interpretation of the EU VAT rules for non-profit sporting bodies has reached a point where even it must think that further resistance is futile.
There has been a 400 per cent increase in prosecutions of directors and managers under section 37 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 over the past five years.
The effect of stress at the workplace has long been considered a taboo subject and one that people have been reluctant to address.
Following Prof Löfstedt’s review of health and safety legislation in the UK, a number of changes were introduced to address some of the concerns that had been identified.
Under the new annual return regime, registered charities will be obliged to provide additional key information to the European Commission.
The National Audit Office’s report provided a detailed review of the Gift Aid system, as well as estimates of the amount of tax lost through abuse.
The Tribunal has upheld the FCA’s decision to fine Westwood Independent Financial Planners £100,000 for communications and suitability failings.
Lord Dyson, master of the rolls, has sent a clear message that the senior judiciary intend to enforce the new approach to civil justice introduced by the Jackson reforms.