A significant change to the taxation on non-residents owning commercial property is to be introduced from April 2019. The rules follow the change in legislation for UK residential property that come into force in April 2015. [...]
The government has launched a new consultation on the stamp duty land tax (SDLT) surcharge for non-UK residents. The consultation proposes an additional 1% on top of the existing SDLT rates when non-residents purchase residential [...]
Cashflow is the lifeblood of any successful business and the late or slow payment of invoices can lead to financial problems. In 1998 legislation was implemented to help promote a culture of prompt payment between [...]
At the firm we regularly receive queries about what clients should be doing to show they have Intellectual Property Rights in the brands and logos they create and how they can best show that these [...]
One of the key features of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (“IPEC”) is that the costs recoverable are subject to costs caps both for particular stages of the litigation and for the overall costs, providing [...]
Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL) obtained an injunction against the Defendant preventing him from playing (or authorising the playing of) PPL’s sound recordings in public without PPL’s licence. Notwithstanding the injunction, the infringements continued and PPL [...]
Directors of limited companies have a primary duty under section 172 of the Companies Act 2006 to promote the success of the Company. In respect of conventional limited liability companies, this usually means making sufficient [...]
On 30th April 2018, we hosted a celebration of GSC’s Next Generation at the Lighterman in Kings Cross. The evening was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the Next Generation of entrepreneurs, professionals [...]
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