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By Libby Payne, Ashley Williams, Yancho Yanchev
Despite its comprehensive scope and application, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) does not cover absolutely every personal data processing activity in the European Economic Area.
By James Dougherty, Louis Piscatelli, Marissa Dungey
On January 1, 2020, a new statutory regime will apply for the creation, administration, and termination of trusts in Connecticut.
By Paolo Macchi
The Audiovisual Media Services ( AVMS) Directive was created in 2010 to coordinate national legislation on all audiovisual media
By M. Ridgway Barker
In this book, Withers Partner, M. Ridgway Barker and Joseph Bambara together with a team of industry professionals explore how organizations can prepare their businesses to incorporate three...
By Roberto Bonomi, Giulia Cipollini
Italian resident beneficiaries of foreign trusts should pay attention to the new position taken by the Italian Government concerning distributions made by foreign opaque trusts resident
By Ed Cubitt, Charlie Tee, Christopher Groves
The SNP have the opportunity in this election to hold the balance of power in the event of a hung Parliament. While the party's leader, Nicola Sturgeon, has ruled out any formal coalition
By Jeremy Arnold
In this video Jeremy Arnold looks at the manifesto from the Liberal Democrats and what they have to say about proposed tax changes.
By Jemma Thomas, Michael Gouriet
As we approach election week, one manifesto that deserves support is Resolution's Fairness for Families
By Diana Wierbicki, Sharon Ser, Jocelyn Tsao
In this podcast, we look at how art can be divided during the divorce settlement process. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki talks to Sharon Ser and Jocelyn Tsao, divorce ...
By Sharon Whitehouse, Isaac Qureshi
In Labour's 2019 General Election Manifesto, the party has signalled its desire to reform comprehensively corporate governance.
By Agnes Macduff, Graham Webster
With the political hunt on to find extra tax revenues in order to end austerity, both Labour and the Conservatives have the Entrepreneur's Relief (ER) scheme firmly in their sights.
By Christina Morton
With the general election just over a week way, the three main parties – Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat – have all now released their Manifestos.
By Christina Morton
The headline ambition for the Liberal Democrats is ‘to stop Brexit', although their tone on that subject has now shifted slightly in light of their flat lining performance in the polls.
By Christina Morton
The key to future Conservative employment protection policy may well be found in this passage from the Manifesto:
By Christina Morton
The Labour Manifesto contains some genuinely radical proposals on employment rights. Key proposals include a 32 hour working week within 10 years
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