Published June 2019. For more information please visit the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s website.
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While there may be some dinosaurs still rejecting even the concept of anthropogenic climate change, the rest of us are aware of the need not
Reform set to cut complexity of inheritance tax
Proposed changes could have far-reaching implications for future estate tax planning
Fines fly following airline cyber breach
The news that British Airways is facing a fine of £184m after personal data of some 500,000 customers was harvested by cybercriminals shows the tough stance of the UK’s data regulator following the introduction of new EU data protection laws last
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Copyright in a digital age
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