The Criminal Finances Act gives HMRC a global mandate to pursue the possible facilitation of tax evasion anywhere in the world if it involves a UK tax liability.
What does Prince Harry’s girlfriend have in common with her character in legal drama Suits? Besides designer outfits and do-it-their-own-way beaus, neither is a lawyer.
Cyber criminals are becoming more prevalent and sophisticated in their approach. So it seems reasonable to expect companies responsible for personal data to seek protection from such threats.
Research published by Deloitte has shown a marked increase in the value of cross-border M&A between the UK and other European countries.
Michael Burne, founder of a new disruptive law firm, explains how the business decided pension-led funding was the way forward.
If your company has failed to implement basic cyber security, and your website takes a hit, then the Information Commissioner’s Office can hand you a cyber attack fine.
Mental health is an issue which has garnered considerable recent media interest. So what are employers’ responsibilities around the mental health of their employees?
When will the connected cars industry move into top gear? And when should small businesses enter this lucrative marketplace? Look closely and you may see the lights change from red … to green.
How many bosses get told “sorry, you are still in contract” when querying their telecoms supplier. But are you really and do you have any options to get out of it?
Future law firms will need to put purpose before profit, offer a distinctive service and build a culture to sustain that distinctiveness.
Small companies are the bedrock of the UK economy, accounting for over 99 per cent of private sector businesses last year, and employing nearly 16m people. But there is a problem holding most back – the late payments culture.
After an investigation by Ofcom, BT will be fined £42m for reducing compensation payments to other providers after late installations of ethernet services.