Latest Briefings

‘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.

Recommended

Hot 100 career quiz: Pinsent Masons’ Fred Banning

Name: Fred Banning Firm: Pinsent Masons Role: Head of corporate communications Read his Hot 100 profile What’s your most vivid memory from being a grad trainee? Well, not as a trainee but as a junior PR account executive at Kysen PR, I remember being dispatched to Wells Street to collect some back copies of The […]

A&O’s business services staff in the lurch as pay freeze continues

Allen & Overy’s salary reviews for non-fee earners are still on hold, over three months since the firm’s lawyers received a belated pay boost. A&O’s business services groups underwent a pay freeze in the first quarter of the financial year, as the firm looked to shore up its finances in response to the pandemic. Lawyer […]

White & Case

White & Case’s City figures rebound to hit nearly $400m

After reporting an uncharacteristic dip in London revenue for 2019, White & Case’s financials soared in the last financial year to reach nearly $400m. Turnover at the firm’s City office over 2020 was $397m, up 18 per cent from $337m. Global turnover also increased by 9.3 per cent to $2.4bn, while average profit per equity […]

revolut

Challenger bank Revolut seeks refresh of legal roster

Revolut is looking to review its legal panel after forming its inaugural roster a year ago. The Lawyer understands that the British challenger bank is assessing its panel, which was put in place last year. Six firms were appointed, including Linklaters, Baker McKenzie and DLA Piper. The panel was put in place for a year. […]

Find legal roles

Make your next move with The Lawyer Careers. Search and apply for thousands of vacancies, or receive email alerts for new roles when they go live. Whether you're looking at private practice, in-house legal or an exciting business support role, you'll find your future here.

Search vacancies