Hugh Gunson and Tom Watts write for Trusts and Trustees on the cases of Hartogs v Sequent and Payne v Tyler
Employment and GDPR - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 4
All things employment and returning to 'normal' and a data protection update (focusing on back to work issues).
Planning and Property - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 3
Current planning considerations, how the new Electronic Communications Code is working, and discussing mast apparatus.
Business Interruption, branding and estate based filming - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 2
Business interruption, building and protecting your brand and commercialisation and Estate based filming
All things trusts and tax - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 1
The Spring Budget update, what trusts are, corporate trustees vs individual trustees, liability issues and varying trusts.
Sophie Dworetzsky quoted in the Financial Times on the increase to corporation tax
Following the Chancellor's Budget this week, Sophie provides her expertise on the rise in corporation tax.
Property Professionals: Spring Budget Announcement
Join us as we discuss the highlights of the recent budget announcement.
A vote of confidence in the UK arts sector: Chancellor announces £408m funding boost
Domestic Abuse Bill - strengthened protection for victims
The conveniences and inconveniences of forum non-conveniens
Graeme Kleiner, Hugh Gunson and Tom Watts write for Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal on the implications of the decision in Mackay v Wesley
Those taking on a trusteeship must be fully informed.
Spring Budget 2021 - predictions
Spring budget 2021 - what will the Chancellor do?
Julia Cox quoted by Citywealth on the shared home exemption
For those who purchased a second home during the past year, they might want to explore the shared home exemption.
Dominic Lawrance, Hugh Gunson and Catrin Harrison write for Tax Journal on Embiricos and the future of partial closure notices
A look at the Upper Tribunal's decision in Embiricos and the implications for those faced with a domicile enquiry.
Piers Master named in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential 2021
Piers Master has been included in the rankings recognising the key players in the UK and offshore private client practitioner sector.
William Marriott quoted by The Telegraph on the impact of Land Registry delays on the UK property market
Home buyers and sellers are at risk of missing the stamp duty holiday because of hold-ups, which could cause deals to collapse.
Common sense prevails in husband’s attempt to charge former wife rent to live in matrimonial home.
Sarah Jane Boon
Sarah Jane Boon quoted by the Evening Standard on the Court of Appeal's decision in the Derhali divorce
Sophie Dworetzsky quoted by the Daily Express on the implications of the proposed wealth tax
Ahead of the Chancellor's budget on 3 March, Sophie discusses the difficulties of introducing of a wealth tax.