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The highly anticipated Quan v Bray judgment has been handed down by the Court of Appeal. While not fundamentally altering the position in relation to the nuptiality of trusts, the judgment does provide some guidance on this complex area of law.
18 August 2017
We summarise the high profile new General Data Protection Regulation, the rights it gives to individuals, and the steps that should be taken now to get ready for its implementation in May 2018.
18 August 2017
Richard Ross of Chadwicks Wealth Management discusses how global economic changes since the Great Financial Crisis should influence investment choices.
18 August 2017
Following the adoption of the EU’s Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive on 26 June 2017, there are new detailed disclosure requirements which apply to UK trusts.
18 August 2017
In June 2017, Nik Oldham and his team provided a seminar on the insurance arrangements relevant to design liability and fitness for purpose (FFP) obligations in design and build contracts.
09 August 2017
The advocate general has given an opinion which could open the way to substantial claims for backdated holiday pay from gig economy workers.
01 August 2017
It’s a long road ahead, but could new electric vehicles see an end to the internal combustion engine?
01 August 2017

Professional Negligence Claims are a fact of life; trustees are human and will make mistakes. Given how quickly emotionally sensitive situations can spiral out of control, trustees need to be aware of the steps they can take should they find themselves under scrutiny. So what should a trustee do when a complaint or claim is made?

26 July 2017
Now that the EU Withdrawal Bill (formerly styled the “Great Repeal Bill”) has been published, we take a snapshot view of its main components.
24 July 2017
The Fundraising Preference Service (FPS) was created to give members of the public a greater degree of control over the communications they receive from charities. We provide the information you need to be confident dealing with the new service.
11 July 2017
Claimants often go fishing for insurance policy information to form a view on whether a prospective defendant is worth suing or whether another deep pocket is available. What are the limitations and protections afforded to doctors when they are asked to disclose such information?
11 July 2017
In this briefing we address some of the most commonly asked questions about the status of nationals of other EU member states living and working in the UK following the referendum vote.
11 July 2017
Last month both the UK and the EU published their opening positions on the status of EU nationals working in the UK after Brexit. In this article we explain the gap between their opening positions and look at the practical implications for employers.
11 July 2017
In May 2017 the High Court handed down its decision in the British Airways pension scheme litigation. In a lengthy judgment Morgan J considered the duties of trustees when decision-making and exercising their discretion. We look at the key points.
03 July 2017
Advisers need to look beyond the substance of a complaint when faced with a FOS investigation. Technical application of the DISP Rules can provide a powerful means for advisers to ensure FOS does not even get to the stage of considering the merits of a complaint. We offer guidance on some of the points that can be taken in defence of a claim before FOS.
03 July 2017
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