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Q4 Commercial Forecast 2016 News - Briefing

Date: 11/10/2016 Authors : David Fletcher

Welcome to the autumn edition of our Commercial Forecast . Our forecasts help businesses to stay in the know about current and future legal developments which might affect them and the markets in which they operate.   The range of topics covered in this edition is typically broad, ranging from th...

Tangled up in chains? Making sense of the new UK requirement to keep registers of "people with significant control" News - Briefing

Date: 26/02/2016 Authors : Anthony Turner, Tim Follett

In April 2016 a major new piece of UK company law will come into force introducing new rules requiring UK companies to maintain registers of people with significant control ( PSCs ) and relevant legal entities ( RLEs ).

For UK governing bodies, funding is contingent on complying with best-practices News - Briefing

Date: 02/11/2015 Authors : Julian Pike, Tom Bruce

This interview was first published by News Tank Football, reproduced here with kind permission of the editor. Tom Bruce and Julian Pike, members of the Farrer Sports Group, discuss the numerous topics of their work for clients in the sport sector, including corporate, financial, governance and...

Q3 Commercial Forecast News - Briefing

Date: 13/07/2015 Authors : David Fletcher

Welcome to the Summer edition of our Commercial Forecast. We aim to help to keep our business clients in the know about a range of legal developments and issues that might affect them and the markets in which they operate. In this edition we cover a broad range of topics including the new cyber...

Management of independent schools: proposed regulations – Government consultation response News - Briefing

Date: 06/01/2015 Authors : Rachel Holmes

The Government consulted on proposed regulations earlier this year. There were only twenty responses to the consultation, which generally approved of the proposals. As a result, the Government decided not to make any substantial changes to the draft regulations, and the summary below is taken fro...

Inn the Field of Play - May 2014: Froch v Groves II – Let's get ready to grumble News - Briefing

Date: 23/05/2014 Authors : Udo Onwere, Tom Rudkin

The much respected US sportswriter Wayne Kelly once said "Never fight ugly people – they have nothing to lose".  Like most things said in jest, this quip holds some truth in terms of the disincentive for professional boxers to take a fight against perceived unworthy opponents. This month we look ...

Student terms and conditions - the Office of Fair Trading expresses its view News - Briefing

Date: 26/03/2014 Authors : Jeremy Isaacson

On Friday 14 March, the OFT published its report following its Call for Information on Higher Education in England covering how choice and competition are working in the HE sector. This comes close on the heels of last month’s publication of the OFT’s Report into Universities’ Terms and Condition...

Unlocking Value For The Older Generation News - Briefing

Date: 31/01/2014 Authors : Richard Lane

Richard Lane, Head of the Entrepreneurs and Families in Business Group, has provided an article for Family Business United entitled 'Unlocking Value for the Older Generation.' The article suggests how family business owners can balance paying for their retirement and safely hand over the reins to...

Schools Bulletin Winter 2013 News - Briefing

Date: 17/12/2013 Authors : David Smellie

Our bulletins aim to keep you up to date with changes in the sector as they happen. Please click on the link below to read the Winter edition of the Schools Bulletin.

HMRC publishes consultation on the taxation of Limited Liability Partnerships News - Briefing

Date: 11/06/2013 Authors : Jonathan Haley

HMRC has published an important consultation document which could impact significantly on businesses structured as Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs). In March 2013, while the public and papers focussed, somewhat predictably, on petrol and beer prices, the Chancellor made a quiet but critical...