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By Rachael Noble
The minimum contributions that employers and staff are to pay into automatic enrolment workplace pensions are to increase from 6 April 2019 (this does not apply to defined benefit pension schemes).
By Amy McVey
Included amongst the many announcements in the UK's Autumn 2018 Budget...
By Adam McCabe
The investigation is a reminder that consumer protection law is far-reaching, and can crop up in what might seem to be unlikely places.
By Peter Begbie
September 2015 saw the greatest restructuring of the civil justice system in Scotland for a generation.
By Cara McGlynn
After two years of heated debate, the European Parliament have voted in favour of new copyright laws, said to provide IP owners with better protection in the digital age.
By Louise Bell
Brexit was specifically mentioned as a factor behind the Liberty restructuring.
By Melissa Murdoch
With a projected one in four people in the UK over the age of 60 by the year 2024; and reports suggesting that around ten million over-50s were working last year ...
By Peter Brading
The majority of the provisions of the EU Securitisation Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2017/2402), and the proposed amendments to the Capital Requirements Regulation (via Regulation (EU) 2017/2401), ...
By Martin Sloan
As announced earlier this summer, the UK Government has been publishing a series of Brexit ‘no deal' technical notes.
By Manus Quigg, Stephanie Clarke
BDW purchased land for a housing development from Bridgend County Borough Council (Bridgend).
By Adam Johnston, Bob Langridge, Heather Thompson
The current approach to CGT on property in the UK is complex. There is a divergence in the treatment of residents and non-residents in respect of non-residential property.
By Lorna Hewitt
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By Christine O'Neill, Charles Livingstone, Hannah Frahm
As announced earlier this summer, the UK Government last week published the first batch in what is expected to be a series of over 80 Brexit ‘no deal' technical notes.
By Andy Nolan
Gold medals are only part of the equation for young sports stars. What should they think about in legal terms?
By Jamie Dunne
The CMA has announced that it has concerns about the merger of petrol station operators Motor Fuel Group (MFG) and MRH (GB) Limited.
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