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‘Tax Day’ – government continues its campaign to tackle non-compliance

In the UK’s first ever ‘Tax Day’ on 23 March 2021, the government released more than 30 consultation documents relating to the future landscape of the UK tax regime. Whilst these documents scrutinised how taxes should be paid, opportunities for simplification and the potential of digitalisation, it was tackling non-compliance which was firmly in the spotlight once again. Tax & estate planning Partner, James Austen, gives his opinion on the proposed measures.

Fraud in the sub line market – should we be concerned?

In recent weeks, news of the JES Global Capital fraud committed by fund manager Elliot Smerling has come to light. Unfortunately, we live in world where fraud, much like death and taxes, is inevitable.

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The JLD blog: Career progression while remote working

Over the past year working from home has become the norm. But does working from home hinder your career progression? As junior lawyers we are told that face time with partners is key to progression, letting them know who we are what we are about and our capabilities. Even if as juniors we want to […]

Macfarlanes

Macfarlanes promotes City quintet

Macfarlanes has made up five new partners following a reduced promotions round last year. They consist of: Lorna Emson and Christopher Charlton in litigation and dispute resolution, Laura Bretherton and Paul Keddie in finance and Emma Radcliffe in competition. In 2020, just two made the grade at Macfarlanes; Alexandra Green and Alicia Thomas. The firm […]

Eight firms land places on Vodafone’s refreshed roster

Latham & Watkins and Slaughter and May are among the firms to have won spots on Vodafone’s revamped panel. The telecoms giant has wrapped a review of its roster of legal advisers, which started at the end of last year. The assessment focused on diversity and inclusion as well as ESG credentials, with general counsel […]

Middle Temple, Inns of Court

Chambers rethink real estate with office cutbacks

Barristers chambers in London are beginning to cut back on office space as they cope with continued remote working alongside financial difficulties. The Lawyer has identified four sets that have recently given up space at their respective inns, including Lamb Building, Lamb Chambers, 3 Temple Gardens and 6 Pump Court. The biggest move has been […]

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