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We produce a variety of client publications, newsletters, briefings and articles covering a broad range of legal services.

We also organise regular seminars for our clients covering many topics. These seminars are aimed primarily at legal and secretarial teams but may also be of interest to finance professionals and other executives.

Our publications and seminars examine legal and market developments and industry issues that could have an impact on our clients' businesses.

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Featured Publications

Brexit Essentials

A series of briefings designed to help senior executives in charge of legal, finance and risk determine the impact of the referendum and its outcome on their business.

Tax joint ventures

Dominic Robertson and Emma Game consider the tax issues affecting the formation, operation and termination of corporate joint ventures.

Tax and the City briefing for March 2017

Jeanette Zaman and Zoe Andrews compare the Upper Tribunal’s decision in GDF with the First-tier Tribunal’s decision in Smith and Nephew (both cases on GAAP-compliant accounts and “fairly represents”); and discuss the Upper Tribunal’s decision in Travel Document Service and Ladbroke International (unallowable purpose test).

Some FAQs on the corporate interest restriction regime

Tax briefing on the introduction in the UK, from 1st April 2017, of a BEPS inspired restriction on the amount of tax deductible interest

Corporate Tax 2017: United Kingdom

Broad overview by William Watson and Zoe Andrews of common UK corporate tax issues on inward investment in the UK and of UK taxation of overseas profits.

Getting the Deal Through: Tax Controversy 2017

Richard Jeens is the contributing editor of the fourth edition of “Getting the Deal Through: Tax Controversy”, a publication summarising the framework for tax disputes in eighteen different jurisdictions.

The Law Reviews

A series of multi-jurisdictional guides to developments in various legal practice areas.

The impact of the Autumn Statement 2016 on multinationals

Mike Lane reviews the Autumn Statement and suggests that the certainty and stability businesses value goes to the tax base as much as, if not more than, the headline tax rate which is applied to it.

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: UK contra mundum?

Introductory chapter by William Watson for The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Tax 2017