STAYINformed – Commercial e-bulletin #8

May 29, 2020

Keeping you up-to-date with the latest news and legal issues from the commercial team at Exchange Chambers during the Covid-19 lockdown.

In this week’s roundup:

Does Bolkiah apply outside of former client cases?
Joel Finnan considers the Court of Appeal judgment in Glencairn IP Holdings Ltd, where the Court examined a number of related scenarios in order to give guidance as to the test and criteria to be applied.

Tax-related Negligence
In this article, tax and professional negligence specialist George Rowell examines tax-related negligence with reference to the decision in Revenue & Customs Commissioners v Hicks [2020].

ATM’S Not liable for Additional Business Rates
Simon Whitfield considers the recent decision in Cardtronics UK Ltd & Ors (Respondents) v Sykes & Ors (Valuation Officers) (Appellants) [2020], in which the Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision that ATM’s are not liable for additional Business Rates.

Remote hearings and working
Bill Hanbury outlines the various legislation and guidance that has been issued during the coronavirus pandemic on remote hearings and working.

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