Browse our latest media coverage below.
Gareth Mills, Georgina Munnik and Thomas Catto write for The Technology Disputes Law Review on Bahrain's technology laws
Bahrain continues to be a regional HUB for ICT and technology innovation.
James Worthington quoted by Construction Law on the Private Member’s Bill proposing to abolish cash retentions within construction contracts
A Private Member’s Bill proposing to abolish cash retentions within construction contracts has had its first reading in the House of Lords.
Michael Powner and Isabella MacPherson write for People Management on whether employers can enforce compulsory retirement ages
In light of a recent case, Michael Powner and Isabella MacPherson explore what firms can do to avoid age discrimination claims.
Michael Jones quoted by CDR Magazine on the criminal provisions within the Pension Schemes Act 2021
Michael underlines the importance of sponsoring employers engaging in a dialogue with the scheme and TPR.
Global Restructuring Review and Law 360 report on the firm's success on behalf of the joint liquidators of LB GP No 1 Limited
After three years of litigation, the Court of Appeal has unanimously accepted GP1’s grounds of appeal.
Emma Humphreys and Phil Webb write for Estates Gazette on the growing interest in green lease clauses
Emma Humphreys and Phil Webb consider the growing interest in green lease clauses.
Helen Coward and Cara Whiffin write for Property Week on how the residential property developer tax will affect the retirement living sector
The new residential property developer tax (RPDT) is being introduced from 1 April 2022.
Dominic Lawrance quoted by Citywealth on the tax implications of crypto activities
As HMRC nudge letters arrive at the homes of crypto asset owners, how can UHNWs stay on the right side of HMRC.
Legal Week, Legal Business, eprivateclient and International Adviser report on the hire of Madalina-Andreea Dumitrescu as a Disputes Partner in London
Madalina-Andreea Dumitrescu has joined the firm as a commercial dispute resolution Partner in London.
Dominic Lawrance quoted by Spears on the taxing of cryptocurrency assets in the UK
In some circumstances, cryptocurrency-related activity may constitute ‘trading’ and may be subject to income tax, but this is rare.
Sophie Dworetzsky and Helen Coward write for Tax Journal on the impact of the Chancellor’s Budget on the private client industry
The Autumn 2021 Budget was, from a private client perspective, surprisingly uneventful.