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Tax analysis: In GM v Finanzamt Saarbrücken the Court of Justice decided that making a vehicle available to employees is not the hiring of a vehicle...
26th Jan
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Law360: The EU’s data privacy watchdog is looking again at the extent to which exchanges of taxpayer information between EU countries and the US under...
25th Jan
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Tax analysis: In Maksu-ja Tolliamet v Heavyinstall OU the Court of Justice found that when acting on a request for assistance in collection of taxes,...
21st Jan
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This week’s edition of Tax highlights includes: (1) the FTT’s decision in Wilmslow Financial Services plc that a structure designed to avoid...
21st Jan
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Law360: US tax advisers representing clients with operations tied to the EU should be aware that the EU’s transparency-focused reporting rules do not...
19th Jan
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Public Law analysis: In this analysis, Eleonor Duhs and Indira Rao, authors of ‘Retained EU law: A Practical Guide’, examine retained EU law and its...
19th Jan
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Private Client analysis: Who is the real ‘transferor’? This was the question at the heart of HMRC’s unsuccessful appeal against a decision of the...
19th Jan
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Tax analysis: In Wilmslow Financial Services plc (in administration) v HMRC, the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) (Tax Chamber) decided that a structure...
18th Jan
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Tax analysis: Susie Brain, senior knowledge lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright, discusses the implications of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA)...
15th Jan
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This week’s edition of Tax highlights includes: (1) the FTT’s decision in Padfield that arrangements entered into by the taxpayers fell ‘fairly and...
14th Jan
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Tax analysis: In Padfield v HMRC, the First-tier Tax Tribunal (FTT) held that arrangements entered into by the taxpayers fell ‘fairly and squarely’...
14th Jan
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Public Law analysis: In the third analysis in this series on ‘EU Relations Law’, Jack Williams of Monckton Chambers explains how the EU-UK Trade and...
13th Jan
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Public Law analysis: In the second analysis in this series on ‘EU Relations Law’, Jack Williams of Monckton Chambers explains ‘relevant separation...
12th Jan
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Tax analysis: In HMRC v Embiricos the Upper Tribunal (UT) allowed HMRC’s appeal, holding that HMRC could not issue a partial closure...
12th Jan
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Tax analysis: In HMRC v Rialas the Upper Tribunal (UT) held that there was no income tax charge under the transfer of assets abroad (TOAA) rules where...
12th Jan
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Public Law analysis: In the first analysis in this series on ‘EU Relations Law’, Jack Williams of Monckton Chambers explains ‘retained EU law’, as...
11th Jan
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Tax analysis: The Court of Appeal has overturned the Upper Tribunal’s (UT’s) decision, restoring the First-tier Tax Tribunal’s (FTT’s) decision that...
7th Jan
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This week’s edition of Tax highlights includes: (1) the UT’s decision in Warshaw that cumulative fixed rate preference shares were ordinary share...
7th Jan
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Tax analysis: In HMRC v Stephen Warshaw, the Upper Tribunal (UT) agreed with the First-tier Tax Tribunal (FTT) that cumulative fixed rate preference...
6th Jan
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Tax analysis: The HMRC consultation on notices and penalties opened on 16 December 2020 asking for responses regarding its proposed amendments to...
6th Jan

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