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Clearing own name did not meet public interest disclosure test

Defamation counted as breach of law, but disclosure not protected

Letter: coping with caring

What others don't see you having to live with when an elderly parent develops dementia

Flexible is possible

As this month's lead feature illustrates, large and small firms alike can operate flexible working practices, and there appear to be few issues with clients when they do

All trusts to be required to register with TRS

Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive to take effect by next year

Government looking for answers on trust taxation

HMRC asking how to make system simpler and more transparent

Ministers proposing to leave legal rights alone

No action on SLC plan to extend rights over whole estate

OPG updates: bonds of caution; revised PoAs

New improved bond facility through arrangement with Marsh

Updates to IHT 400s on gifts and jewellery

HMRC asks about agent's authority; raises value threshold

Letter: Society backing Scots law

A reply to Graeme McCormick

Seeking the positive

A bit of flexibility and imagination can achieve things this year, whether for a business in the face of Brexit or for employees to improve their work-life balance, and wellbeing