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  • 02 October 2015 The uncertain future of the law on penalty charges by Henry Hickman and Jennifer Cassidy

    Harcus Sinclair (Henry Hickman and Jennifer Cassidy) recently acted for Mr Barry Beavis, the appellant in the highly publicised case of ParkingEye Limited (Respondent) v Beavis (Appellant) UKSC 2015/0116. More >>

  • 01 October 2015 Through the Looking Glass: The Age of Transparency and what it means for private clients

    We had a full house for our seminar on transparency and private clients which looked at the introduction of the Common Reporting Standard, the increase in information being automatically exchanged between national governments, the impact on high net worth individuals internationally, tax compliance and UK disclosure opportunities, and the ongoing balance between transparency and confidentiality. More >>

  • 22 September 2015 High Court pilots shorter and flexible litigation schemes

    The Ministry of Justice has announced the launch of two pilot schemes designed to simplify and speed up commercial litigation in the High Court. More >>

  • 28 August 2015 The First Wives Club by Beth Mason

    Michelle Young, former wife of the late Scot Young, has established the Michelle Young Foundation (informally known as the First Wives Club) to support victims of non-disclosure in family proceedings and to petition for tougher sanctions for those who fail to disclose their assets. More >>

  • 23 June 2015 Jonathan Burt shortlisted for STEP Trusted Advisor of the Year 2015/16

    Harcus Sinclair private client partner Jonathan Burt has been nominated for the inaugural People's Choice - Trusted Advisor of the Year award as part of the STEP Private Client Awards 2015/16. The award is for the most outstanding individual in any discipline serving private clients or advisors, and is open internationally. More >>

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