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9 February 2018 New development - Louboutin’s red sole trade mark

Advocate General Szpunar’s recent second opinion is the latest development in relation to Louboutin’s ongoing fight to keep its trade marks for its renowned red sole.

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12 April 2016 Innovate Finance Global Summit: FCA announces Sandbox details

The FCA's Christopher Woolard has announced more details of how the much-heralded Regulatory Sandbox will work.

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10 March 2016 In force: Senior Managers and Certification Regimes

This week sees the implementation of the Senior Managers and Certification Regimes as well as the Senior Insurance Managers Regime, designed to reform behaviour and promote individual accountability in the banking and insurance sectors.

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19 September 2014 Potential increased VAT bills for banks and insurers – European Court ruling: Skandia America Corporation

The European Court of Justice has just given a ruling that could mean increased VAT bills for banks and insurers.

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31 August 2012 VAT exemption for group cost sharing: HMRC guidance

VAT can be a real cost for organisations which can’t normally recover the VAT they incur, where their own activities are VAT exempt or non-business, for example in education, health and welfare sectors, or for charities, banks, and insurance companies to name a few.

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3 August 2012 Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS): increases to qualifying thresholds

Some of the changes to the EIS qualifying conditions pre-announced in the Budget have now been confirmed as taking effect for EIS investments from 6 April 2012.

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29 June 2012 More Enterprise Management Incentive (“EMI”) options? Yes please!

HMRC-approved EMI options have been a popular tax-efficient way of incentivising key employees for a good few years now but, until recently, an employee could not hold unexercised options over shares with a total market value (taken at the date of grant) of more than £120,000.

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23 April 2012 Football policing fees agreed after standoff

Whilst the issue surrounding a dispute over the holding of a League Two game has been resolved, the matter highlights an area of increasing concern to football clubs.

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