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Heads Up! Autumn 2017

After a very busy summer, I am delighted to be writing to you at the beginning of the new year with a review of recent legal developments and news about what we are working on. The team have been involved in a number of high profile instructions of late, involving Cheating and Exam Malpractice, Admissions and Complaints and Challenging Ofsted.

(Publication Date: Thu 14 Sep 2017)

All Change for Non-Doms and Offshore Trusts – Are You Ready?

It has been a tumultuous two year period for non-UK domiciled individuals (“Non-Doms”) since the government first announced it was considering (yet again) transforming the tax rules. The government published the draft Finance Bill (No.2) on 8 September 2017, which will have its second reading in the House of Commons on Tuesday 12 September. This briefing provides a broad overview of the proposed changes.

(Publication Date: Tue 12 Sep 2017)

Need to Know - HR Update - Issue 6 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of Need to Know, Winckworth Sherwood's Employment and HR newsletter.

(Publication Date: Thu 31 Aug 2017)

Crossing the Threshold

A briefing which looks at the Mayor's newly published Supplementary Planning Guidance on Affordable Housing and Viability.

(Publication Date: Mon 21 Aug 2017)

New Data Protection Regime: What schools need to know

What do schools need to be aware of in relation to the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)? Download our handy infographic for more information.

(Publication Date: Wed 16 Aug 2017)

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