• No Deal Brexit: Single Market vs Exports of Goods

    No Deal Brexit: Single Market vs Exports of Goods

    By Dean Jefferies, Haines Watts

    The draft legislation recently issued by HMRC, in anticipation of a nodeal Brexit, focuses on measures to reduce friction when clearing goods that enter the UK (or enter another EU member state from the UK).

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  • European Regulations on Servicing of Documents

    European Regulations on Servicing of Documents

    By Dr Jiri Novák and Jan Sekret, Broz & Sokol & Novák

    Based on the findings of the 2017 regulatory fitness evaluation, the European Commission proposed amendments to both the Regulation on the service of documents and the Regulation on the taking of evidence in civil or commercial matters. On 13 February 2019, the European Parliament (EP) adopted the legislative resolutions on the proposal for regulation amendments at the first reading.

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  • ‘Netflix tax’ - new cross border rules in Australia

    ‘Netflix tax’ - new cross border rules in Australia

    By Jonathan Ackerman, Kelly + Partners

    Over the last couple of years, the Australian Federal Government has introduced a comprehensive regime to ensure that overseas suppliers apply Australian Goods and Services Tax (GST) to goods and digital products sold to Australian consumers and to online bookings for Australian hotels.

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  • Why Marketing Planners are Good for Business

    Why Marketing Planners are Good for Business

    By Paul Atkinson, Lawrence Grant, Chartered Accountants

    You could say, “Marketing is like a railway engine – it pulls all the other departmental carriages along!” Every business needs a good marketing plan and, as important as marketing plans are, many companies do not devote enough time or resources to them. Without it, people cannot learn about your business and then buy your services from you.

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GDPR Rules and Their Application to Bankruptcy Estates

By Lars Berg Dueholm and Kasper Bjerre Hendrup Andersen, LOU Advokatfirma

The increasingly intensive European regulation of the data-protection area prompts the question of how the trustee-in-bankruptcy must act, partly with regard to his/her processing of personal data, which the debtor has collected and processed about employees, customers, suppliers before the bankruptcy, and partly with regard to the data processing that the bankruptcy estates inevitably will perform in their own right.

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M&A Aren’t the Only Letters Business Owners Need to Know When the Time Comes to Sell (2)

By Christopher Helmrath and Greg Hogan, SC&H Capital

Business owners considering the sale of their privately held companies might want to bone up on their ABCs in advance of the potential economic downturn. While the M&A market is still active, business should get educated on all of their transition options in pursuit of the very best deal. They need to learn — and understand — four more letters: E-S-O-P.

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How Data Analytics helps Business Decision-Making

By Nasiha Choudhury, Lawrence Grant, Chartered Accountants

Foreign investment in Indian startups, Consumer trends are changing so fast that businesses are struggling to keep pace. In order to make informed business decisions, many companies are now looking at their internal data. Could this be the result of a “data-driven” world? The use of Data Analytics can help businesses improve decision-making in the following areas:

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