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Cash-strapped Bolton Wanderers have avoided an immediate winding-up order after their case was adjourned until 22 February.

HMRC has been reprimanded for treating a taxpayer unfairly so it could collect the maximum amount of tax.

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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

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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. 

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Wilkins Kennedy has filed its defence in response to property firm

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The High Court has dismissed an attempt to challenge retrospective legislation in the 2013 Finance Bill targeting stamp duty land tax (SDLT) avoidance. 

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Lawyers for Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay have returned to the High Court to pursue the final chapter of their six-year battle to extract a £1bn VAT settleme

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Tax avoidance protest group UK Uncut Legal Action has lost a High Court case against HMRC over the lawfulness of a tax settlement with Goldman Sachs

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Yorkshire subprime lender Cattles has officially filed papers with the High Court in London against its former auditor PwC over failing to spot danger signs in its

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