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Jersey: Privy Council upholds disclosure notices in leading tax case

The Privy Council has confirmed that the powers of the Comptroller of Taxes and the Attorney General to require the production of pre-existing documents do not violate the privilege against self-incrimination under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Pursuant to the Taxation (Exchange of Information with Third Countries) (Jersey) Regulations 2008, the […]

Employing International students : Part 2

By Rachel Harvey The rules around employing international students whilst they are still studying, the position when their course has finished and the steps needed to be able to retain them are complex. We consider these areas, the common pitfalls and how to avoid them! The number of international graduates seeking to remain in the […]

Court of Appeal indicates TVGs now a less effective weapon against development

By Andrew Beck Walker Morris’ Andrew Beck explains that developers will welcome a recent Court of Appeal decision which is likely to result in Town and Village Green (TVG) applications becoming a less effective weapon against development. TVGs – The story so far In our previous briefing, we explain in some detail TVG registrations and the […]

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Partners quit Sydney firm in MDP row

Australian law firm Middletons Moore & Bevins has lost a quarter of its Sydney-based partners – after turning down a merger approach from a big accountancy firm. The 73-partner practice is one of Australia’s top 10 firms but the recent upheavals have seen seven of the Sydney office’s 29 partners move to other firms. All […]

Legal Week

There is a recruitment crisis at the Lawyer’s firm. This means the children and I see little of him at the moment, as a “clear desk” policy only works if you’ve got someone else’s desk to dump everything on, and he is not only working 14-hour days, but suffering from severe delegation withdrawal. He makes […]

Leading the market in the North

When it comes to the regions, it is difficult to imagine a more competitive marketplace than Leeds. Yet not content to simply defend their regional turf, the major Leeds firms are setting their sights on the City and Europe. It is generally acknowledged that there are six main players in the Leeds market: Addleshaw Booth […]

Designers appeal to Lords

Designers Guild and Russell Williams (Textiles) may go to the House of Lords in a copyright tussle. Designers Guild successfully sued Russell Williams in the High Court last year, alleging infringement of copyright in one of its fabric designs. However, Russell Williams succeeded in overturning the decision on appeal. The Appeal Court ruled there had […]

B&B reveals 13-strong legal panel

Bradford & Bingley Estate Agents has announced its first panel of 13 law firms to take on bulk conveyancing work. Shoosmiths & Harrison, Hammond Suddards, Addleshaw Booth & Co, Denton Hall and Eversheds are among firms selected. Others on the panel are: Walker Morris and Blacks in Leeds, Bretherton Price Elgoods in Cheltenham, EDC Lord […]

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