BBC and its employees face tax bill
The National Audit Office (NAO) has determined that the BBC has taken steps to help individuals hired on a freelance basis, ...
UK High Court continues legal proceedings against unlawful pursuit of billionaire's assets
The High Court in London has issued a "significant ruling" in a case around the recovery of billions of dollars of ...
Seddons hires from Thrings for new head of private client following James Ward's departure
London law firm Seddons has hired Stuart Crippin as a partner and its new head of private client
Jersey Finance unveils research showing challenges of wealth transition at new Dubai office
92 percent of respondents to a survey, launched at Jersey Finance's new office in the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC) this ...
Stan Lee's estate likely to cause controversy - lawyers speculate
Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee's death, following a year of controversy about his care and wellbeing, is expected to lead to ...
JTC launches private office aimed at the new generation of ultra-high net worth families
JTC has launched JTC Private Office, which aims to be an exclusive, bespoke service designed to meet both the financial and ...
A promise is a promise - or is it? How lifetime assurances can override a Will
Mahendree Naidoo, head of the private client legal team at Kingston Smith looks at what happens where a person's Will is ...
Maurice Turnor Gardner appoints internally for new managing partner role
Boutique London-based private wealth law firm Maurice Turnor Gardner (MTG) has appointed Emma-Jane Weider as the firm's managing partner
Heir hunting firm that ignored pensioner's Will deemed "wholly cavalier"
A firm of genealogists, who appeared on the BBC's series Heir Hunters, has been described as "wholly cavalier" by a judge ...
Leave.EU data breach: Why firms should take note of new privacy regulations
The ongoing data breach scandal surrounding the Leave.EU campaign financed by Aaron Banks and one of his companies, Eldon Insurance (trading ...