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Saskia Leopold
Not just a logo on a t-shirt - spon­sor­ing es­ports
11 Sep 19
EU Com­pet­i­tion Con­fer­ence 2019
Cor­por­ate cap­it­al losses: new re­stric­tions
As an­nounced in the Au­tumn Budget, Fin­ance Bill 2020 will in­tro­duce a re­stric­tion on the amount of cap­it­al losses which com­pan­ies can set off against cap­it­al gains in later ac­count­ing peri­ods. The UK has his­tor­ic­ally been gen­er­ous in its use of car­ried-for­ward.
My league, my rules - my bad
30 Oct 19
Shar­ing is (S)caring
An­nu­al Tech­no­logy, Me­dia and Com­mu­nic­a­tions Con­fer­ence
Bul­garia ad­opts new rules on man­dat­ory trans­fer pri­cing
With the re­cent pas­sage of new tax le­gis­la­tion on man­dat­ory trans­fer pri­cing (TP) doc­u­ment­a­tion, Bul­gari­an tax­pay­ers meet­ing cer­tain cri­ter­ia are now ob­liged to pre­pare loc­al TP doc­u­ment­a­tion with in­form­a­tion about their re­lated-party trans­ac­tions.
The ins and outs of Brexit – em­ploy­ment and tax as­pects
On­line Plat­forms: “Walk­ing” the line between leg­al and fin­an­cial ser­vices...
Sys­tems and Con­trol FCA-au­thor­ised firms must have ap­pro­pri­ate sys­tems and con­trols in place tak­ing in­to ac­count the nature, scale, and com­plex­ity of the busi­ness. This cre­ates nu­mer­ous ob­lig­a­tions, primar­ily re­lat­ing to: seni­or man­age­ment ar­range­ments;.
August 2019
Are gamers be­ing ex­ploited?
When is a Scot­tish ar­bit­rat­or’s de­cision “ob­vi­ously wrong”? 
Sum­mary The Court of Ses­sion in Ed­in­burgh has re­fused leave to ap­peal in re­la­tion to an ar­bit­rat­or’s de­cision. Leave was sought on grounds that the ar­bit­rat­or’s de­cision was “ob­vi­ously wrong”, hav­ing re­gard to Rule 70 of the Scot­tish Ar­bit­ra­tion Rules.
Aug 2019
Opt-out class ac­tions in the UK: are we en­ter­ing a...
In­ter­na­tion­al Dis­putes Di­gest - Ju­ly 2019
Up­date: Tax in­dem­nit­ies in In­ter­na­tion­al M&A
Min­era Las Bam­bas SA & An­or v Glen­core Queens­land Ltd & Ors [2019] EW­CA Civ 972 was an ap­peal from a High Court judg­ment of 20 Septem­ber 2018. In that judg­ment, the High Court had held that the sellers un­der a sale and pur­chase agree­ment would only be li­able.