Monthly Archives: October 2016

Ingenious Media Part 4: confidentiality, the Public Accounts Committee and Anthony Inglese

I would be a terrible lawyer in practice. Far too much of my time is spent thinking about the way that things ought to be and why they are the way they are. The most important thing for a client … Continue reading

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The Taxing Consequences of Brexit

With Article 50 now set to be triggered before the end of March 2017, it is timely to reflect upon the extent of what shall be up for grabs in the negotiation. In an article entitled ‘The Taxing Consequences of … Continue reading

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