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19Feb2019

UK Tax Advantages for 'Non-Doms'

Having a domicile of origin outside the UK (a so called ‘Non-Dom’) confers important tax advantages for UK tax residents. It enables a foreign domiciliary to claim the remittance basis of taxation in relation to foreign income and gains, as well as establish trust and other arrangements which confer...

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09Jan2019

Mediation: a popular approach to commercial disputes

Over the years, mediation has become a popular approach to commercial disputes. However, litigation still remains most parties’ first choice...

19Feb2019

UK Tax Advantages for 'Non-Doms'

Having a domicile of origin outside the UK (a so called ‘Non-Dom’) confers important tax advantages ...

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09Jan2019

Mediation: a popular approach to commercial disputes

Over the years, mediation has become a popular approach to commercial disputes. However, litigation ...

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19Dec2018

Litigation Privilege and the Limits of its Application to “Purely Commercial Discussions”

In a recent Court of Appeal case, an important judgment was handed down in relation to the scope of ...

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17Dec2018
13Dec2018

How do you agree a financial settlement in a divorce? What is a Consent Order?

What happens if you have both come to the decision there needs to be a divorce and you are able to h...

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05Dec2018

Litigation as a Last Resort

Yesterday a working group of the Civil Justice Council published a report recommending the focus on ...

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29Nov2018

It's Time to Talk About Disclosure.

Introducing the two-year pilot of new disclosure rules to commence 1 January 2019 Have you ever loo...

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23Nov2018

For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer.

On the face of it, the story of MAP v MFP [2015] EWHC 627 started as a fairy-tale.  Two childhood sw...

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15Nov2018

Probate Fees Hike

As many will be aware, the “probate court fees[1]” for obtaining probate of £215 for a lay person an...

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