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Heterosexual couple to bring civil partnership case to Supreme Court - comment

23/08/2017

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The news that a heterosexual couple have been granted the right to take their case to enter into civil partnership in ...

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No simple answer on changing child's name without both parents' consent, says solicitor

21/08/2017

There is "no simple answer" when it comes to changing a child's name, solicitor at law firm Coffin Mew has said ...

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The week on eprivateclient: Cripps, Kleinwort Hambros, Locate Guernsey and more....

18/08/2017

A look at the top stories this week on eprivateclient...

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Law in Northern Ireland 'out of step' following High Court's same-sex marriage ruling

18/08/2017

The law in Northern Ireland "remains out of step with the rest of the UK", an associate at Irwin Mitchell has ...

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The week on eprivateclient: EY, Farrer & Co, Frank Hirth and more....

11/08/2017

A summary of the top stories featured on eprivateclient this week...

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Woman left in loveless marriage after divorce bid rejected appeals to Supreme Court

10/08/2017

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A UK woman who was refused a divorce by judges has taken her case to the Supreme Court

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Russian man deemed UK domiciled by English Court despite living and working in Russia

03/08/2017

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An English Court has found that a Russian businessman whose wife and children live in London during school term-time is domiciled ...

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The week on eprivateclient - Irwin Mitchell, Berwin Leighton Paisner, Highvern and more

28/07/2017

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The week on eprivateclient: Charles Russell Speechlys, Smith & Williamson and more.....

07/07/2017

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Supreme Court sides with HMRC over Rangers' use of EBTs

06/07/2017

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The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) over the Rangers' use of Employee Benefit Trusts ...

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