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Ingenious Media has lost its legal appeal that HMRC had breached its duty of confidentiality and acted unlawfully by discussing the investment company’s controversial film investment schemes wi


Taxpayers have a one in four chance of successfully appealing an HMRC decision at tribunal, according to government figures.


The High Court has dismissed a case brought by accounting firm Chancery against the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) relating to its handling of a compensation case of a film investment scheme


The High Court has ruled in favour of Grant Thornton after Barclays tried to bring a £45m claim against it regarding the effectiveness of a responsibility disclaimer in audit reports. 


A judge has struck out property tycoon Vincent Tchenguiz’s£2.2bn damages claim following his “flagrant disregard” for court procedures.

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An accountant given a second chance after stealing from the Citizens Advice Bureau has been jailed for two years after pleading guilty to theft at Bradford Crown Court.


Accountant and former soldier Christopher Jonathan Lunn has been


Property group Harlequin has responded to Wilkins Kennedy's defence prior to a court case expected to start in the New Year. 


Public relations guru Richard Hillgrove has walked free from court after being convicted of dishonestly cheating the public revenue of £100,000.