Browse our latest media coverage below.
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.
Claire Fallows quoted by Planning on the Chancellor’s announcement of a new brownfield fund
Claire comments on the developments for the planning and built environment sectors in yesterday's Autumn Budget.
Fiona Edmond and Kerry Stares write for Estates Gazette on how sustainable building design is evolving to meet the demand for positive environmental and social impact
As a sector, real estate and construction is very much in the sustainability spotlight.
Julia Cox and Helen Coward quoted by eprivateclient on the Chancellor's Autumn Budget
The Chancellor revealed more details on the Residential Property Developers Tax.
Helen Coward quoted by Construction News and eprivateclient on the Residential Property Developers Tax
The tax on residential development work to help fund remedial building-safety works will be set at 4 per cent.
Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud write for HMRC Tax Investigation on the experiences of Fashion on the Block after it inadvertently filed the wrong form with HMRC
Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud explain the experiences consider the High Court's decision in Fashion on the Block Ltd v HMRC.
Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud write for Taxation on the implications of the Court of Appeal's decision in CRC v Professional Game Match Officials Ltd
The unanimous judgment in the Court of Appeal will bring some clarity to the rules around mutuality of obligation and control.
Julia Cox quoted by the Daily Express and MSN on the Chancellor's 'green' plans for the Autumn Budget
Green announcements could be on the horizon as COP26 takes place mere days after the spending review.
International Adviser report on the firm's appointment of David Collins as Divisional Managing Partner for Business Advisory & Transaction Services
David Collins has been named as Divisional Managing Partner.
Oliver Auld writes for the Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal on the scope of the Jersey courts to set aside a voluntary disposition or other transaction on the grounds of mistake
Oliver Auld reviews the scope of the Jersey courts to set aside a voluntary disposition or other transaction on the grounds of mistake.
Claire Fallows and James Souter write for Estates Gazette on the findings from the Firm’s Skyscraper vs Groundscraper report
Skyscraper vs Groundscraper looks at how and why our building typologies arise and the associated legal issues.