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Our panel of experts considers what lies ahead for tax in 2017.
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A recent First-tier Tax Tribunal decision throws up questions over the burden of proof and the meaning of deliberate when assessing whether principal private residence relief has been incorrectly claimed. Andrew Noble, partner at Browne Jacobson LLP, considers the decision in Munford v Revenue and Customs Commissioners.
The UN Biodiversity Conference was recently held in Mexico. Ben Standing, solicitor at Browne Jacobson, and Laura Hughes, partner at the firm, explain the background to the conference and consider its outcomes.
The concept of coasting schools was formally introduced just after the May 2015 general election as part of the government’s reinvigorated school intervention and academisation agenda.
In July 2016, the Supreme Court held by a 4:1 majority that an insurer was not entitled to avoid payment where lies told by an insured were collateral to an otherwise valid claim.
Public Law analysis: Peter Ware, partner at Browne Jacobson, considers how the Public Procurement (Amendments, Repeals and Revocations) Regulations 2016 have affected the procurement regime since their introduction six months ago.
Drones are taking off in a big way and with Christmas fast approaching, sales are likely to increase further as children (‘big kids’ included!) look to get their hands on the latest must-have gadget.
As part of our augmented reality (AR) series, Joe O’Callaghan, associate at Browne Jacobson, gives a general overview of the developing field and some of the emerging legal questions.
The move towards devolved powers and the rise of super combined authorities raises a number of issues and challenges for both local authorities and their insurers.
The National Framework for Continuing Healthcare published in 2012, and subject to regular review, provides national guidance on the eligibility of individuals for the funding of ongoing care and support from health and social care professionals.
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