Takhar v Gracefield  UKCA 13 is a Supreme Court case of fraud unravelling everything. In the case a photocopy document, a joint venture agreement, bearing an apparently authentic signature was produced.
It has been announced that the Financial Reporting Council (‘FRC’), the accounting watchdog, is to be closed down and replaced by a new regulator to be known as ARGA.
Trade sanctions are an important political tool in international diplomacy. However, for business they are a potential legal mindfield and proper care needs to be taken to avoid the potential consequences of a breach.
The Brexit Effect: Uncertainty relating to pet passports leaves British pet owners in a state of outrage
With one out of two British households owning a pet and around 250,000 British cats and dogs travelling to the EU every year, thousands of British pet owners, both resident and expat, are becoming increasingly concerned about the Brexit effect on their beloved furry friends.
Theresa May’s Brexit negotiation team under serious pressure to make significant progress as businesses quit UK courts
English courts have historically been the first choice for many companies to govern their contracts, with London being a top destination for companies to bring litigation.
Equifax, one of the world’s leading credit rating agencies is hacked. Personal information of individuals is accessed and many of these individuals have not consciously consented to Equifax to holding their data, but have no choice in the modern world.