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Charity Update - 17 July 2018

Charity Update - 17 July 2018

By and | 17 Jul 2018

Our Charity Update provides the latest tax news and developments

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UK data protection watchdog intends to impose maximum fine on Facebook

UK data protection watchdog intends to impose maximum fine on Facebook

By | 12 Jul 2018

The information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published two reports detailing its investigation into the use of data analytics in political campaigns. James Seadon, partner at Fieldfisher, draws on the report’s broader implications to data privacy.

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Charity Update - 3 July 2018

Charity Update - 3 July 2018

By and | 03 Jul 2018

Our Charity Update provides the latest tax news and developments

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Love Island and Professional Responsibilities

By | 26 Jun 2018

The BAFTA-winning reality show ‘Love Island’ is back on our screens, generating ITV2’s highest ever viewing figures and thrilling fans as unexpected as George Osbourne.

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Charity Update - 20 June 2018

Charity Update - 20 June 2018

By and | 21 Jun 2018

Our Charity Update provides the latest tax news and developments

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Employee ownership in architecture

By and | 15 Jun 2018

Employee ownership through an employee ownership trust ("EOT") is now established as a proven method of ownership within the architecture sector.

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Cannes "Film" Festival Reflections

Cannes "Film" Festival Reflections

By | 13 Jun 2018

As usual the Media and Entertainment team here at Fieldfisher attended the Cannes Film Festival. Or as it should have been called this year "Cannes let's-only-talk-about-TV-not-Film Festival".

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Putting aside the 800 pound media plurality gorilla in the room, the Sky bidding war can still have plenty of benefits for UK content producers

Putting aside the 800 pound media plurality gorilla in the room, the Sky bidding war can still have plenty of benefits for UK content producers

By and | 07 Jun 2018

Any member of the media industry not living under a rock will be aware that yesterday Culture Secretary Matt Hancock cleared the way for Comcast and 21st Century Fox's to engage in the bidding war for Sky.