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Implementation of EU anti-tax avoidance directive

The bill of law to implement the provisions of the EU Directive 2016/1164 on anti-tax avoidance (ATAD) in Luxembourg law was made available on 20 June 2018. Subject to parliamentary approval, Luxembourg will introduce controlled foreign corporation (CFC), interest deduction limitation and anti-hybrid rules. It will also modify its existing general anti-abuse rule..

Portugal: Competition and the right to compensation for damages

Act 23/2018, establishing the legal framework on the right to compensation for damages from infringements of competition law, was published on 5 June 2018. This legislative act transposes into Portuguese law the Directive 2014/104/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 26 November 2014, which established common rules to all Member States on […]

Pimlico Plumbers: the self-employed v brand debate

By Paula Rome The widely reported decision in Pimlico Plumbers emphasises the risks of retaining control over staff. However, such control can be key to protecting an organisations’ brand and reputation in the marketplace. Where does this leave us? What does control mean?

What do employers need to know about whistleblowing policies?

By Antonia Blackwell In this instalment of our ‘Breaking Down the Handbook’ series, we look at whistleblowing policies, why they are needed, what they should contain and what traps employers need to avoid. What does whistleblowing mean?

I’m divorced, that’s it, right?

By Miranda Nairn There is a common misconception that once in possession of a decree absolute (the final decree dissolving a marriage), your divorce is done and dusted and you and your ex-spouse can walk off into the sunset, in opposite directions, never to see or hear from each other again. In fact, unless you […]

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Dangerous property

After last week’s tales of poor banking lawyers being lumbered with drunken au pairs, Tulkinghorn has been informed that, in fact, property law is where the real rough stuff takes place. Conveyancing, it transpires, is a much tougher world than Tulkinghorn had previously imagined. Take Tom Barth, a partner at Cumberland Ellis Peirs solicitors. Mr […]

Salans loses partners to LeBoeuf NY

New York firm LeBoeuf Lamb Greene & MacRae is taking on a team of partners from Salans Hertzfeld & Heilbronn to ramp up its emerging companies practice. The team is headed by the co-chair of Salans’ global high-tech practice group Wayne Matus. He is joined by partners John Mancini and Jeffrey Schweon. The three join […]

Stephens & Scown replaces chief with five-strong team

Devon and Cornwall firm Stephens & Scown has launched a new corporate-style management board to run the firm. The five-strong elected team takes over from senior partner Roger Keast, who retired on 5 April. It is led by the firm’s former deputy senior partner Ian Pawley, who becomes managing partner. The other members are private […]

Canadian Bar Association puts restrictions on MDPs

The Canadian Bar Association (CBA) has done a u-turn on its policy on multidisciplinary practices (MDPs). Instead of accepting them wholeheartedly, it will accept them only if lawyers are in control. The move brings the CBA in line with the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC), the controlling body for Toronto and thus nearly half […]

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