Commissioners for His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs v SSE Generation Ltd [2023] UKSC 17 – UKSC Blog

SSE Generation Ltd, the respondent, claimed capital allowances on expenditure incurred when constructing a hydro-electric power station at Glendoe, Fort Augustus in Scotland. Such allowances may be deducted from income for the purpose of calculating a company’s trading profits subject

Trustees of the Barry Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses v BXB [2023] UKSC 15 – UKSC Blog

In this appeal, the Supreme Court is asked to decide whether the Jehovah’s Witness organization is vicariously liable for a rape committed by Mark Sewell, a former elder.

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Trump legal team asks House Intel for ‘legislative solution’ amid Mar-a-Lago probe

President Trump’s legal team again turned to Congress in an ongoing criminal investigation, penning a letter to the House Intelligence Committee asking it to “formalize procedures for investigations” that would make such matters civil rather than criminal cases.

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The Law Debenture Trust Corporation plc v Ukraine (acting upon the instructions of the Cabinet Ministers of Ukraine) [2023] UKSC 11 – UKSC Blog

On appeal from: [2018] EWCA Civ 2026

This appeal arose out of a contractual dispute between Ukraine and the Law Debenture Trust Corporation plc (“the Trustee”), acting on behalf of the Russian Federation (“Russia”).

In 2013, Ukraine issued Eurobonds (“the