There are many visa options available to individuals or families looking to relocating to the UK. The best route for each person will depend on the main purpose of their relocation and their long term plans.
For many of years, a small group of businesses have been well-known for their commitment to driving change in society.
On Monday 28 October, it was reported that Georgia had been hit by a large scale cyber-attack.
Democracy provides the framework for our modern, western world. What impact will falling trust in politicians have on the world of business? How should companies navigate political upheaval? Expert advisors can help translate the uncertainty of the future.
At the end of June, Mishcon de Reya and the Russian and CIS Arbitration Network (“RCAN”) hosted the first in a series of regional updates dedicated to Russia, Ukraine and the CIS.
On Wednesday 15 May, Mishcon de Reya hosted the 5th Anniversary Reception of UKCEC with Guest of Honour His Excellency the Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr George Lakkotrypis.
In the first part of the article, we explored consensus protocols as a concept and provided a high-level overview of some of the jargon which is commonly associated with the field. This second part focusses on one consensus protocol ‘flavour’: proof of work. What is proof of work? ‘Proof of work’ is the name given to the
It is probably fair to say that non-resident investors have borne the brunt of the changes affecting the tax landscape for investors in UK real estate. They may be forgiven for feeling slightly persona non grata as far as the Treasury is concerned. Capital gains The imminent change affecting non-UK resident investors in UK real estate (effective
We have previously explored blockchain, cryptocurrencies, ICOs, blockchain-based smart contracts and consensus protocols which you can discover in our blog The Blockchain Consensus. This article focusses on another piece of jargon which accompanies this field and seeks to explain the difference between a public and a private blockchain. A blockchain is characterised as being either
Mishcon de Reya and the network Women Who Inspire celebrated International Women’s Day by hosting a discussion on kindness in leadership. Leading London-based Russian and CIS business women from a variety of industries came together to discuss the role that empathy, compassion, kindness and purpose have played in helping them navigate the modern business environment
In our previous 101 articles which you can find on our Blockchain Consensus blog, we have explored blockchain, cryptocurrencies, ICOs and blockchain-based smart contracts. This article focusses on an often used but seldom understood piece of technical jargon which often accompanies this field: the consensus protocol. Because of the complexity, we’re breaking this article down into
As flagged in the Budget 2018, we now have the Government’s consultation regarding the proposed 1% additional rate of SDLT for non-residents. The consultation ends on 6 May 2019 and will then ‘be legislated for in a future Finance Bill’. So, in theory, the new rules could come into force later this year after the