Reaching net zero requires fundamental change – and an accountant or two
We were delighted to feature in the How to Set Up your business in the UK guide produced by London & Partners. (pages 18 & 19)
Juliet Oury has written an article for Finance Monthly.
What Do The New UK Visa And Immigration Requirements Mean For Businesses?
Andy’s Oury comments in Business Leader.
Juliet Oury in Business Leader.
Ongoing HGV driver shortage means army on standby to address empty food shelves
Andy Oury comments in The Express
Inheritance Tax planning: The 'biggest thing you can do' to legally reduce IHT bills
Andrew Oury In The Express
IR35: Britons warned of tax ‘minefield’ with new changes - how to check status
Andrew Oury delves into recent updates of the MTD roadmap and analyses the material implications for small businesses and accountants.
Andrew Oury comments - The rise of digital nomads could change FDI as we know it.
Andrew Oury comments - Brexit support fund: limited time to apply.
Andrew Oury in Acuity - What’s the bright side to Brexit for Aussie and Kiwi businesses?
Our Partner Ross Meadows comments : Samira Ahmed faces BBC in court over ‘600 per cent’ pay gap
Ross Meadows comments – Me Too has made McDonald’s wary of office relationships
Ross Meadows comments - Employment tribunals have no jurisdiction over US bases in UK
Huw Williams, Simon Walsh and Phil Leonard have written a piece for Growth Business; Compliance – 5 things to know to ensure your business is compliant
Our Partner Ross Meadows comments; Labour takes aim at gig economy companies
Juliet Oury and Phil Leonard – The drinks are on the house!
Andrew Oury comments in the Australian Financial Review. British overload a risk to Australia's hopes for speedy trade deal.
Huw Williams comments – Married women finally win right to pay own taxes in Jersey
Our Partners Simon Walsh and Huw Williams have written a piece in Elite Business Magazine. The great small business cash squeeze - Elite Business Magazine
Ross Meadows on Ensuring assertiveness is not seen as bullying
A piece written by Cacy-Leigh Neilson on Data Protection and Covid-19
Simon Walsh and Georgia fisher have written a piece on Directors' responsibilities during the pandemic
Ross Meadows on an appeal judgment with major ramifications for self-employed workers and IR35 in the upper tribunal that has gone against HMRC.
Ross Meadows submitted a piece re Practical tips on holidays and furlough
The Business and Planning Bill 2019-21 contains temporary measures designed to help certain business sectors function in a socially distanced environment to manage the risks of Covid-19.
Andrew Oury comments. Taxes ‘without a doubt’ will have to go up – Brexit and economic recovery to trigger rise.
Andrew Oury shares his thoughts on moving goods in or out of Europe – prior to potential tariffs 1st January 2021
Ross Meadows explaining employees’ rights in light of the Thomas Cook collapse.
Ross Meadows commenting on the Thomas Cook collapse – staff rights when your company is liquidated.
Andrew Oury discusses would a ‘no-deal’ Brexit or a Corbyn Government really be that bad for UK business?
Simon Walsh has written a piece on ‘Traps for the unwary in a post-Brexit market.’
Simon Walsh and Phil Leonard discuss the recent controversial government proposals for a future immigration system.
Phil Leonard has written a piece explaining the Australian points based immigration system and discussing if it could work in the UK.
Simon Walsh considers the challenges for UK companies employing EU Nationals post Brexit.
Charles Pugh and Edmond Fung give an insight into the HP and Autonomy fraud case.
Ross Meadows offering tips on how to strike a healthy work/life balance.
Our solicitor Jemma Lalwani comments in The Times ‘The Brief’ – Drugs agency appeals against rent judgement.
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Our partner Charles Pugh comments - BDO considering suing Bell Pottinger partners over breach of partnership agreements.
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Our partner Rachel Lockwood has written a piece in The Times – More must be done to end the cozy relationship between auditors and clients.
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Simon Walsh has written a piece for ‘The Brief’ discussing Oury Clark’s ‘holistic approach’ to professional services and how this benefits our clients.
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Ashi Patel, Commercial Property Solicitor at Oury Clark Solicitors discusses how the London office leasing market is still booming despite Brexit.
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Andrew Oury, partner at Oury Clark has written a piece in Financial Director – Why the possibility of a Corbyn-led government is worrying……..
Ashi Patel, Commercial Property Solicitor at Oury Clark Solicitors discusses new statistics showing that foreign investment in London commercial property is set to continue despite Brexit.
Cacy Leigh Neilson, Ross Meadows and Simon Walsh from Oury Clark Solicitors contributed an article discussing ‘gold-plated investor visa’s’ following the Home Office U-turn on the suspension of Tier 1 Investor Visa’s.
Andrew Oury partner at Oury Clark Accountants discusses the age old practice of Auditing, the audit process as it is and how as the business model changes the auditing process should follow suit.
Ross Meadows, Employment Solicitor at Oury Clark Solicitors comments on the best way for firms to treat their staff at Christmas - are the ‘traditional’ ways still the best ways?
Ben Robson, Corporate and Commercial Solicitor at Oury Clark Solicitors commenting on tech giants and data privacy.
(Also featured in International Business Times, Miami Herald, Spectrum News NY1 and a number of US and Canadian publications.)
Andrew Oury, partner at Oury Clark discusses how a no deal Brexit could impact Supply Chain and stock availability.
Subject to any paywall restrictions, you can access the full article here
Charles Pugh, Litigation Solicitor at Oury Clark Solicitors commenting on China opening The Shanghai Financial Court, specialising in finance disputes and any threat this might pose to London’s legal dominance.
Andrew Oury, partner at Oury Clark is featured in Economia’s ‘Tales from the frontline’ series. Here he discusses the challenges of being a co-owner of a record label and a partner at Oury Clark. How he uses his experience from both to best serve his clients and discusses the complexities of both industries.
Huw Williams Partner at Oury Clark Accountants and Ben Robson Corporate and Commercial Solicitor at Oury Clark Solicitors wrote a piece for Accountancy Age discussing vicarious liability. How can businesses best account for this risk?
Richard Oury, Senior Partner at Oury Clark Accountants commenting on the Holistic Approach to professional advice.
Ross Meadows, Employment Solicitor at Oury Clark Solicitors was published in The Independent with a piece discussing the pressure on the Home Office to ‘fix’ the currently flawed immigration system before Brexit kicks in.
Andrew Oury, Partner at Oury Clark Accountants was asked to comment on ‘The Big Four’ and the possibilities that they could be broken up into smaller firms or ‘detach’ the audit division of the businesses from the consultancy division to prevent a conflict of interest.
(also comments featured in Accountancy Daily and The Times ‘The Brief’)