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Lifting the lid on tricky toilet problems

Customer toilet facilities have been causing a stink for take-aways and travel operators in recent weeks. First, it was take-away outlets with tables who found themselves falling foul of the law. Then a ferry company was in trouble, after being challenged on its attitudes towards transgender users of its facilities. ...
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EU Referendum 2016 Hustings Opening Statements

Ahead of the EU referendum on June 23 2016, in conjunction with Verisona Law and The News we hosted an EU hustings in the Atrium of 1000 Lakeside. The panel of political experts and local business leaders made their case for whether Britain should stay or leave the EU. The ...
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New Head of Corporate & Commercial at Verisona Law

New Head of Corporate & Commercial at Verisona Law

Verisona Law is proud to announce the arrival of the firm’s new Head of Corporate & Commercial team, Stephen Ryde-Weller. After studying a degree in theology at the University of Exeter and developing skills that were recognised by a career advisor as applicable to the legal profession, Stephen went on ...
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Walking the South Downs Way

On 18 and 19 May Nigel Cole, Nick Oliver, Claire Peers, Chloe Hicks, Clariece Warrior and Neil Stewart of Verisona are joining RSM on their walk along the South Downs Way, to raise money for the Acute Stroke Unit of Southampton General Hospital. David Green of RSM, who has worked ...
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Panama Papers fall-out will impact every business

Media reporting on the so-called Panama Papers has focused on the tax affairs of wealthy individuals and international organisations, but the hacking of client files at Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca has implications for every business. The largest leak in history, with some 2.6 terabytes of data involved, the shockwaves ...
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New Rules imposed on Companies

In an effort to increase transparency and trust in UK businesses, whilst tackling issues such as tax evasion, money laundering and terrorist financing, the government has introduced a new, compulsory ‘PSC Register’. With the start of the new financial year, all UK companies and LLPs are now required to identify ...
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Rising costs of divorce encourage couples to 'nest' together

Splitting couples are facing a further rise in the cost of divorce with a big increase in court fees, and many are facing up to the challenge of asset-sharing and high property prices by turning to novel solutions to deal with the change. One of the new approaches to parenting ...
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Key Points - Budget 2016

How will the Budget affect me? See the key announcements from today’s budget. Business Headline rate of corporation tax - currently 20% - to fall to 17% by 2020 Annual threshold for 100% relief on business rates for small firms to rise from £6,000 to £12,000 and the higher rate ...
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Employers must gear up for April living wage deadline

The National Living Wage has been catching headlines since Chancellor George Osborne announced it last summer, but the Government’s target of £9 per hour by 2020 has overshadowed the detail, and many businesses remain unaware of the transitional deadlines and new penalties now in place. The compulsory National Living Wage ...
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