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An Italian law firm has lost its appeal against a British High Court ruling that it was under a duty to warn investors over a failed property scheme - article By Eugenio Montesano
An Italian law firm has lost its appeal against a British High Court ruling that it was under a duty to warn investors over a failed property scheme that is now under investigation for allegedly being a money-laundering vehicle for the mafia and IRA. Judges at the Court of Appeal ruled that the law firm Giambrone, which has offices in Rome, Milan and Tunis as well as London and New York, is liable for the full consequences of its failure to advise 185 British...
article by Richard Willcox of Shoosmiths
Borough of Poole has successfully bid for Government funding to further invest in its road network....
BPA members E3 Consulting are holding a Property Taxation Lunch Update covering Capital Allowances, VAT, Community Infrastructure Levy and Land Remediation Tax Relief
BPA members MILDREN Construction Ltd wins at the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards 2017
a new inaugural property exhibition, supported by the Bournemouth Property Association, which will take place at the Italian Villa in November 2017
Morgan Sindall, the construction and infrastructure company, is making good progress on a new £5.6 million primary school in Christchurch, Dorset
Stand spaces filling up fast for 6 remaining shows this year
article by David Niven of Penningtons Manches LLP - a leading UK law firm with offices in London, Basingstoke, Cambridge, Guildford, Oxford and Reading
article looking at what banks and other credit institutions need to do in respect of their real estate assets as from 1/1/19 they will be subject to the PRA’s new operational continuity rules