Monthly Archives: May 2020

A webinar update on the latest legal and regulatory changes in crypto

In this webinar, recorded live in May 2020, we discuss the latest legal and regulatory changes in the space, including the Law Tech Delivery Panel’s Legal Statement on Crypto Assets and Smart Contracts, and Crypto Currency manipulation. As well as …

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easyJet’s woes worsen

As anticipated in our post on 22 May, the easyJet data breach story is getting worse for the company rather than better. A group action…

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Cathay Pacific, British Airways, easyJet – what’s the connection?

In March 2020 Cathy Pacific was fined £500,000, the maximum under the pre-GDPR law, for various security defects which enabled a hacker to gain access between 2014 and to the personal data of over 9.4 million customers worldwide. In July …

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Overview of UK income Tax and Capital Gains Tax – Part 1 (Turkish language)

In this installment of this video series from Tulin Kiranoglu-Hamit we look at Inheritance Tax law in England and specifically at issues around the transfer of money. (Turkish language) Bu videomuzda, sizin ile Turkiye’den ya da herhangi bir ulkeden Ingiltere’ye …

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Collyer Bristow wins industry award for best training programme

Collyer Bristow is delighted to win the LawCareers.net Training & Recruitment Award 2020 for “Best Trainer – Medium City Firm”. The award, presented online this year due to Coronavirus lockdown, recognises the quality and breadth of work; the support and …

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Collyer Bristow Partners recognised in guide to the world’s leading IP practitioners

Collyer Bristow IP Partners, Patrick Wheeler and Tim Bamford, have been recognised in the 2020 rankings of IPStars , the highly regarded guide to the world’s leading IP law firms practitioners. IPStars research, rankings, and analysis provides independent and impartial …

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Purchasers and renters in England can move home if they want to – as long as they follow the new guidance

Last night the Housing Minister, Robert Jenrick, announced that “anyone in England can move home if they follow new guidance”. The latest…

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Coronavirus Recovery: an overview of The UK Government’s phased strategy

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 10 May regarding the first steps out of the lockdown  the Government has now published detailed guidance called  “Our Plan to Rebuild: The UK Government’s Covid-19 Recovery Strategy.” This sets out three distinct phases …

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Domicile Enquiries – Tax Tribunal has jurisdiction to determine domicile in closure notice applications: Henkes v HMRC

Of all Revenue investigations, domicile enquiries are uniquely laborious, time-consuming, and financially and emotionally costly for…

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Court of Appeal gives judgment in Arkin v Marshall

In Arkin v Marshall the Court of Appeal has given judgment. The case involves the Practice Direction 51Z which was brought into play as a result of COVID-19 and which (in its original form) stayed all possession proceedings until the …

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