Will Leveson make a difference to press regulation in the UK and where will it leave privacy law? Richard Lloyd assesses the results of the latest Legal Week benchmarker, whilst Mishcon's Charlotte Harris argues that only an independent and transparent mechanism can deal with an unethical press.
Law Firm: Mishcon de Reya | Published: 20 November 2012 | Practice Area: Regulators and Enforcement
The Government's change to the inheritance tax legislation provided a reduced rate of IHT to the estate of those people who leave at least 10% of their net estate to charity. Mishcon de Reya outline the thinking behind this significant change and how it's likely to affect the charity sector.
Law Firm: Mishcon de Reya | Published: 17 February 2012 | Practice Area: Charities
The UK specifically welcomes visa applications from those with capital to invest at least £1 million. This guide details the requirements to be met by applicants wishing to acquire residency by securing a Tier 1 (Investor) visa, how the application works and how to acquire permanent residency.
Law Firm: Mishcon de Reya | Published: 16 February 2012 | Practice Area: Cross Border
Eurozone woes, the continuing recession and the Olympics - 2012 is set to be an eventful year for the property sector. In this briefing, Mishcon de Reya's real estate team take a look at the year ahead and picks out the ten legal developments expected to have a high impact on the property industry.
Law Firm: Mishcon de Reya | Published: 14 February 2012 | Practice Area: Planning and Development
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