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Affected by HMRC enquiry into football image rights?

The blaze of publicity surrounding the high profile raids both in U.K.and France on Wednesday 26/4/2017 , brings renewed focus on tax avoidance / evasion in Premier league football.

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Laura Saunsbury interviewed live on BBC Radio Two by Jeremy Vine

bbc radio 2Yesterday morning our firearms law specialist Laura Saunsbury made a live guest appearance on the Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio Two. Following the publication yesterday of a report by the IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission) of their investigation into Surrey Police Firearms Licensing Department, Laura was asked by the BBC to provide legal insight and analysis on whether there are adequate checks and controls on individuals who hold or apply for firearms and shotgun certificates.  

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Siobhain Egan instructed by a Director of offshore trusts subject to a joint NCA/HMRC operation, following earlier international arrests precipitated by the release of the Panama Papers

offshore accountsSiobhain Egan has been instructed by a Director of offshore trusts, subject to a joint NCA/HMRC operation. This arose following earlier international arrests concerning a multi million VAT fraud which was precipitated by the release of the Panama Papers.

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Giovanni Lombardo interviewed by Sky Italia

press conferenceOur Italian law specialist, Giovanni Lombardo, has been interviewed by the Italian TV company Sky Italia about the differences between the criminal justice systems in Italy and England and Wales.

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Fare Evasion ....online (in)justice on the horizon?

Fare Evasion costs rail companies millions of pounds each year ,and both the companies and government are determined to do something about it . Since the Joint Prosecuting Protocol( July 2015) prosecutors and rail companies view persistent fare evasion as fraud and prosecute accordingly .

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