Landmark Court Of Appeal Ruling Allows Claimant To Recover A ‘Success Fee’ As Part Of An Award From Father’s Estate

Landmark ruling provides long awaited guidance for private client practitioners on recoverability of success fees and helps to ensure claimants in difficult financial circumstances can access legal support A Court of Appeal ruling, passed down today, has confirmed that the success fee element of conditional fee agreements (CFAs) can be recovered as part of an […]

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Webinar – Importing to Russia: main import and certification requirements

Date: 19.10.2021 Time: 15:00 – 16:00 MSK Who can act as an importer in the EAEU? What types of permission and shipping documents are required? What are the requirements to the contract as one of the key import documents? Complicated and ever changing customs legislation in Russia and in the EAEU countries often makes safe […]

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Trying to Collect Money Owed to Your Company?

When your business has delinquent debts, you may need help. Your law firm might be able to assist you in collecting money owed on past due accounts, unpaid promissory notes, judgments and other debts. In many cases, the prospect of legal action by a law firm results in quick recovery of money owed to your company, […]

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Global Corporate Tax – Move To End The Attraction Of Tax Havens

A milestone global deal to ensure large multinationals enterprises pay a minimum tax rate of 15% and avoid taxation in countries considered as tax havens. The deal aims to end a four decade long “race to the bottom” by governments that have tried to attract investment and jobs by offering low taxes for multinational companies […]

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SOP commentary released

AWIR’s 4th of October edition mentioned the addition of a SOP to the current tax Bill, the Taxation (Annual Rates for 2021–22, GST, and Remedial Matters) Bill (65-1), to include the proposed interest deduction limitation rules and amendments to the bright-line rules. The accompanying narrative to the SOP included reference to a detailed commentary document […]

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Personal Data Protection in China

Introduction Personal data is getting increased attention globally. China has enacted a new law to regulate the collection, storage, and use of personal data. It comes as China has turned its attention to technology, Internet and other areas of business where personal data is collected. China is not alone in this: there is increased attention being paid to personal data in many jurisdictions, including, most recently, the […]

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Anatomy of An M&A Deal – From Analysis to Valuation

Last week, in partnership with Today’s Medical Development Magazine, MedWorld Advisors hosted the webinar Anatomy of an M&A Deal – From Analysis to Valuation. In this informative session, hosts Florence Joffroy-Black, CEO, and Dave Sheppard, Managing Director, provide their expertise and describe everything you need to know about the M&A process. In case you missed […]

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How Are Traditional IRA Withdrawals Taxed?

When you take withdrawals from your traditional IRA, you probably understand they’re taxable. But what does that really mean?  Important: Once you reach a certain age, you must start taking required minimum distributions from your traditional IRAs to avoid an expensive tax penalty. Previously, the required beginning date (RBD) was April 1 of the year after the […]

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Discover How to Sustain Business Growth with Board Advisory Services

A Guide to Prioritizing Board Advisory Services According to Harvard Business Review, between 70% and 90% of mergers and acquisitions fail. The merging of acquired companies requires strategic research and planning to avoid disastrous results. Mergers/ acquisitions is the process of essentially buying, selling, dividing, and combining of different companies. Assessment of a company’s current […]

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Differences In Fighting Frauds In Poland And Great Britain

Inspired by an article by Daniel Russel, from Carlsons Solicitors Limited Company „Should fraud be pursued as a civil matter or as a criminal offence?”, in which the author describes fighting frauds in England, https://www.carlsonssolicitors.com/news/2021/8/5/is-fraud-a-civil-matter-or-a-criminal%20offence?utm_source=LinkedIn&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=aug-blog I would like to compare it with the practice in Poland. Contrary to common law countries, in Poland both methods […]

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Without a Will: Who Receives the Assets?

Let’s say an individual dies without a will. Who will inherit his or her assets? The first in line are spouses and children. But what if the individual is single, has no children, no siblings and his or her parents are dead? What if the only relatives the deceased person has are aunts, uncles or cousins? How […]

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