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Nathan Langford

Nathan advises on a range of domestic and cross-border tax issues arising in a range of contexts, including private equity and general corporate M&A transactions, fund formations and leveraged financings, but with a particular focus on issues arising in the context of insolvencies and business restructurings. He also has experience of advising on structured financing arrangements and tax litigation.
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Joint and several liability of company directors and certain other individuals for tax debts of companies and limited liability partnerships
Joint and several liability of company directors and certain other individuals for tax debts of companies and limited liability partnerships
Practice notes

This Practice Note outlines the circumstances in which, in certain insolvency-related circumstances, HMRC can give a joint and several liability notice (JLN) under Schedule 13 or para 15 of Schedule 16 to the Finance Act 2020 to an individual that is involved in the management of a company or a limited liability partnership (LLP) (and certain other individuals) where the notice makes the individual jointly and severally liable for the tax debts of that company or LLP. This Practice Note is produced in partnership with David Irvine of Goodwin Procter LLP and Nathan Langford of Kirkland & Ellis LLP.

Taxation in corporate insolvency—the principal issues in outline
Taxation in corporate insolvency—the principal issues in outline
Practice notes

This Practice Note considers various corporate insolvency procedures, such as liquidation (or winding up), administration, appointment of a receiver and a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) and outlines the possible tax consequences for the company in that procedure. This Practice Note was produced in partnership with David Irvine of Goodwin Procter LLP, Nathan Langford of Kirkland & Ellis LLP and Philip Ridgway of Temple Tax Chambers.

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