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Fieldfisher celebrates Employee Ownership Day 2015
Fieldfisher is celebrating EO Day. We are joining politicians, professionals, academics, sector bodies and employee owned companies and their employees to celebrate another year of great achievements.
Charity Update 30 June 2015
Our Charity Update provides the latest tax news and developments.
Registration and new online annual returns for UK employee share and option plans: 6 July 2015 deadline
This is a reminder that the UK deadline for filing annual returns for tax advantaged and non-tax advantaged (formerly unapproved) employee share plans for the tax year 2014-15 is 6 July 2015.
Fieldfisher advises on Tibbalds employee buy-out
A team from Fieldfisher lead by partner Graeme Nuttall OBE advised Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design Limited ("Tibbalds") on introducing majority employee ownership.
Graeme Nuttall OBE and Jennifer Martin are mentioned in 'Employee Ownership is a versatile business model'
Guy Usher, Alex Campbell and Edward Miller published 'Securitisation Alerter: A Matter of Principal'
Duncan Black, Andrew Lafferty, Edward Miller and Guy Usher hosted 'Litigating the ISDA Master Agreement – Tactics and Pitfalls'
Laurence Dumure Lambert and Marie-Léonie Vergnerie are mentioned in 'Marie-Léonie Vergnerie et Laurence Dumure Lambert ont participé à un colloque avec Sypred et l'université Paris Sud'
Graeme Nuttall OBE is mentioned in 'Ethics matters more to managers in employee-owned companies, new research reveals'