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HMRC presses on with non-dom tax reform despite Brexit
New tax rules likely to affect 'tens of thousands'
The potential impact of Brexit on divorce
The Brexit effect for young lawyers
Cohabitation myths debunked, again
John M Fotheringham draws attention to the dangers of ignoring a potential alternative jurisdiction, based on domicile...
The termination of tiresome legislation
Future Bills that require a duty to insure, and create a criminal offence for non-compliance, should expressly indicate...
Marketing secrets: How to successfully update your firm’s brand
Chris Hodgen looks at what law firms need to consider when updating their branding, website, and marketing assets
Remaining alive to landlord and tenant issues
Alec Samuels considers disrepair, and notice of disrepair, issues in landlord and tenant disputes
The optics of redeveloping property
Laura Checkley and Katie de Kauwe consider a landlord's right to develop versus a company's right to manage
‘Glamping’: A trade or furnished holiday accommodation
With the rise of glamorous camping, Julie Butler considers the tax efficiency of farm diversification
How a Tasmanian court applied a UK ruling on future care costs
A landmark case could set the precedent for UK citizens claiming overseas, explains Peter Rigby
A judgment reflecting
the modern world
Following the landmark decision in Software Incubator, software agents are now entitled to statutory protection under...
MoJ: Is the new boss same as the old boss?
Liz Truss is 'sceptical' on problem-solving courts but stands firm on Bill of Rights...
Is it time to ungag the judiciary?
Down through the chain of judges, those with mouths know that they should keep them quiet...
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