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The Supreme Court: The (access to) Justice league

It is not often as lawyers that we get to write about changes that take immediate effect.  Indeed legal blogs are always littered with language like ‘time will tell’, ‘it remains to be seen’, and ‘it may or may not’, but yesterday the Supreme Court made its presence and authority known across the Country. The Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order 2013 (‘the Order’)...
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Succession planning - handing over control

As previously covered in a blog on the fundamentals of succession planning , nothing really beats consistently-maintained succession planning that is begun early in the company’s life. Once the need for succession planning is realised, how can companies best prepare for a handover of control? Anyone forming a company will ideally have a clear idea of what the company’s purpose is, and...
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The Employment Status Test

Even big businesses are getting employment status wrong . There are certain factors in the relationship between the business and the individual that should be carefully considered, regardless of what the contract says. Someone who is not an employee in the traditional sense of the word, may still qualify for ‘worker’ status as a result of their working practices. Workers are a group of...
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SPVs and property investment

What is a SPV? SPV is an acronym for “Special Purpose Vehicle”. A SPV is a legal entity, usually in the form of a limited company, which has been set up for a particular and usually specific purpose. Why have SPVs become a popular choice for property investment? Due to the changes in buy-to-let taxation, accountants are increasingly advising their clients to conduct property...
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Extentions to the PSC regime

Since June 2016, companies have been required to submit PSC information to Companies House upon incorporation and with their annual confirmation statements. However, main market listed and AIM quoted companies were exempt from the requirement to hold a PSC register. Important news for AIM and ISDX quoted companies is that the Fourth Money Laundering Directive will see the PSC...
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