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  • Graham Aaronson QC (Joseph Hage Aaronson) - The swing of the pendulum: tax avoidance in modern times
  • Helen Adams and James Kennedy (BDO) – The worldwide disclosure facility
  • Helen Adams and Dawn Register (BDO) – The requirement to correct
  • Paul Aplin (A C Mole and Sons) - Initial thoughts on HMRC’s ‘making tax digital’ proposals
  • Fiona Bantock and Lee Squires (Hogan Lovells) – The monthly guide to the VAT developments that matter
  • Gary Barnett and Mark Watterson (Simmons & Simmons) - Dollar Financial: internet conduit or intermediary?
  • Thomas Barker and Janet Paterson (Charter Tax) – The further consultation on non-dom reforms
  • George Bull (RSM) – How should HMRC be organised?
  • Patrick Cannon (15 Old Square) - The failed JR challenges to APNs: lessons to be learned?
  • Peter Casey and Michael Everett (KPMG) – Taxation of leased assets: HMRC’s discussion document
  • Karen Cooper (Cooper Cavendish) – Disguised remuneration: where are we now?
  • Thomas Dalby (Gabelle) – Ask an expert: Trusting types: how to set up an EOT
  • Justine Delroy (Addleshaw Goddard) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Graham Elliott (City & Cambridge Consultancy) – Beyond Longridge
  • Alasdair Friend (Baker & McKenzie) – What’s proposed on termination payments
  • Andrew Goldstone and Natalie Quail (Mishcon de Reya) - The latest developments that matter in the private client arena
  • John Hiddleston (Lancaster Knox)- Ask an expert: UK resident non-dom HNWI with substantial assets overseas
  • Tim Law (Engaged Consulting) - First step towards EU list of ‘non-cooperative’ jurisdictions
  • Andrew Marr (Forbes Dawson) - The proposals on salary sacrifice and BIKs
  • James McCredie (Macfarlanes) – The consultation on partnership taxation
  • Mark Middleditch (Allen & Overy) – Tax and the City update
  • Pete Miller (The Miller Partnership) – Ask an expert: Insolvency and anti-avoidance
  • David Murphy (PageGroup) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Kevin Offer (Gabelle) - English Holdings: CT losses against IT profits
  • Tina Riches (Smith & Williamson) – The big read: Making tax digital - examining the consultations
  • Dominic Robertson and Isabel Taylor (Slaughter and May) – Ten questions on the Apple state aid decision
  • Lynne Rowland (Kingston Smith) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Gideon Sanitt (Macfarlanes) - Ingenious Film Partners 2: tribunal recharacterises commercial investments
  • Tim Sarson (KPMG) - The international tax update for September
  • Andrew Scott (Pinsent Masons) – HMRC’s approach to countering ‘boundary pushing’
  • Heather Self (Pinsent Masons) - Do we still need a GAAR?
  • Jeremy Smith (Bond Dickinson) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Lisa Stevenson (Parisi Tax) – Ask an expert: Acquiring the shares of a departing employee shareholder
  • Paula Tallon (Gabelle) – The monthly guide to developments in the SME arena
  • Peter Vaines (Field Court Tax Chambers) – Deterring tax avoidance
  • Jeremy Webster (Pinsent Masons) – Ask an expert: What happens when a provision in a tax deed depends on the outcome of a case?
  • Etienne Wong (Old Square Tax Chambers) - To Longridge and beyond: the meaning of ‘business’ for ‘relevant charitable purpose’
  • Richard Woolich and Geoffrey Tack (DLA Piper) – The proposals targeting tax avoidance enablers
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