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New online filing requirement for your employee share scheme.

New online filing requirement for your employee share scheme. Posted on Jul 06, 2015 by Dr. Julie Nixon  | 0 Comments If you have a company operating HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) approved tax-advantage share plans, new reporting requirements mean that you will have to register such share plans online with the HMRC PAYE Portal by the 6th July 2015 for 2014/2015 returns to continue to receive those tax benefits and to avoid penalties for missing the deadline. Automatic late filing penalties of up to £700 (plus a potential £10 per day penalty if returns are over 9 months late)...
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Marc Marked Out for Infringement?

Marc Marked Out for Infringement? Posted on Jun 01, 2015 by Dr. Julie Nixon  | Tags: fashion , trade mark infringement , intellectual property  | 0 Comments By Julie Nixon It isn’t often I get to blog about IP and fashion, so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity when I heard that Adidas AG recently filed a claim against Marc Jacobs International LLC in the US Federal Court for allegedly infringing its iconic Three-Stripe Trade Mark. Disappointingly Vogue online has described this as copyright infringement! As part of the “Marc by Marc Jacobs” line (the cheaper diffusion line of the...
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Supercharged at BioCity Scotland

Supercharged at BioCity Scotland Posted on May 05, 2015 by Dr. Julie Nixon  | Tags: innovation , collaboration , pharma , BioCity , research  | 0 Comments By Julie Nixon Liina and I were fortunate to be able to attend day 1 of “ Supercharging the Innovation Engine ” at BioCity Scotland, a two day conference bringing together academics, big pharma and life science companies amongst others. A prestigious line up of speakers was brought together for the event, and here I report back on some highlights. After an introduction from Dr Diane Harbison , MD at BioCity Scotland, Professor...
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Genomes, IP and Ethics: The 100,000 Genomes Project

Genomes, IP and Ethics: The 100,000 Genomes Project Posted on Mar 30, 2015 by Dr. Julie Nixon  | Tags: Genomes , cancer , IP , ethics , privacy  | 0 Comments By Julie Nixon The 100,000 Genomes Project is aiming to revolutionise medicine and place the UK as a world leader in genetic research. But while the prospect of allowing biomedical companies access to the data generated from the project could bring major health advances and economic impact, there is a potential risk that patients may be identified from the data they provide by participating in the project. The Project...
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RBS v Carlyle - Where Now?



RBS v Carlyle - Where Now? Posted on Mar 19, 2015 by Cat Maclean  | Tags: RBS , Carlyle , UK Supreme Court , Inner House , Outer House , Lord Hodge , Lord Glennie , Promise , Collateral Undertaking , Time-Bar ,  | 0 Comments     RBS v Carlyle – Where Now? By Cat MacLean , Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution INTRODUCTION This is clearly a great victory for Mr Carlyle after a long and punishing 7 years. However, when the celebrations are over, the key question that remains to be answered is whether the UK Supreme...
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