Richard Farnhill concludes his examination of privilege and considers if the system is fit for purpose
In the first of a three-part consideration of the need for reform of privilege, Richard Farnhill outlines the background to privilege and attribution
Beth Mason and Georgia Day examine a case involving a large amount of assets, but also issues relevant to cases concerned with lesser sums
HMRC opened an enquiry into Mr Behague’s (the appellant) self-assessment return and issued a notice to the appellant under para 1 of sch 36 of the Finance Act 2008. This notice requested the provision, to HMRC, of a client engagement letter and a report issued to the appellant by his solicitors...
Employment tribunals are increasingly having to resolve discrimination claims brought against partnerships.