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  • Boohoo billionaire hit with £118.5 million claim from 'third founder'
    News Team on 12/06/2019

    A claim for £118.5 million has been lodged against the billionaire owner of fashion retailer Boohoo MahmudKamani by an IT contractor who claims to be the third founder behind the online clothing empire

  • Home is where the heart is…
    on 10/06/2019

    Howard Kennedy's Jazmin Brown highlights why establishing jurisdiction in family proceedings is so important

  • Tax Titbits - May 2019
    on 03/06/2019

    Rawlinson & Hunter's Stephen Yates looks at the tax highlights from May 2019

  • Parental rights for gay men
    on 22/05/2019

    In April 2019, details emerged of Re N (Surrogacy: Enduring Family Relationship; Child’s Home) [2019] EWFC 21, a High Court judgment handed down earlier this year. The decision of Mrs Justice Theis in this case has been described as “ground-breaking” – a label that it is hoped will be attached to future decisions

  • Adele’s separation: Rolling in the deep?
    on 15/05/2019

    Last month it was reported that Adele and her husband of three years, Simon Konecki, had separated. If it is correct that they did not enter into a prenuptial agreement, is she really saying goodbye to half of her fortune, asks Seddons' Deborah Jeff

  • Eight-year NCA investigation results in multi-million pound asset recovery
    News Team on 15/05/2019

    Around £6 million worth of assets including a luxury hotel and a £100,000 Bentley have been taken off alleged members of an international money laundering group after an eight year National Crime Agency (NCA) investigation


  • Court of Appeal rules Italian tycoon must settle divorce in Italy
    News Team on 13/05/2019

    The UK Court of Appeal has ruled that Italian fashion tycoon, Ferruccio Ferragamo, and his estranged wife, Ilaria Giusti, should defer their divorce proceedings to the Italian courts.

  • Litigation funding increasingly being used to finance HNW divorces, says Boodle Hatfield
    News Team on 10/05/2019

    Litigation funding is increasingly being used to finance the costs of high net worth divorces, according to family law firm Boodle Hatfield


  • Tax changes introduced in the French Finance Bill for 2019
    on 08/05/2019

    The 2019 finance bill is less innovative than last year's, which included replacing the solidarity tax on wealth (ISF) with a real estate wealth tax (IFI) and the introduction of a flat tax on capital income, yet it does contain measures that adjust a number of existing mechanisms, especially the Dutreil Pact and real estate tax, explains Jean-Marc Valot, a partner at BG2V Avocats

  • New litigation firm launched by Harcus Sinclair founder
    News Team on 07/05/2019

    Damon Parker, formerly the head of the litigation practice at boutique law firm Harcus Sinclair, and one of its founding partners, has launched a new litigation firm - Harcus Parker

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