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A small accountancy firm was not negligent when it failed to recommend that a client domiciled outside of the UK take specialist tax advice on a sophisticated tax planning scheme, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 27 Mar 2014
New laws that would give medical practitioners greater freedom to prescribe innovative treatments for patients should not leave pharmaceutical companies unduly exposed to legal claims, an expert has said. 28 Feb 2014
A recent Supreme Court decision that statements made as part of pre-contract negotiations can be relied on at a later date, even where the legal identity of the contracting parties has changed, could have implications for all companies involved in negotiating... 27 Feb 2014
The duty that a surveyor owes a developer who contracts it to report on a piece of land will vary depending on the nature of the report, a Scottish court has ruled. 20 Nov 2012
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