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Dominic Stuttaford (Norton Rose Fulbright) considers the scope of a new ‘failure to prevent’ offence and how it differs from the existing corporate criminal offences. 
Jason Collins and Laura Ford (DLA Piper) take stock of the corporate criminal offence in view of recent statistics showing no charges to date and just nine live investigations.
The APPG on responsible tax proposes criminally prosecuting tax advisers for avoidance planning. Craig Kirkham-Wilson (Simmons & Simmons) explains why the report is based on some misguided assumptions.
A detailed guide by Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC).
Simon York (HMRC) explain how HMRC’s Fraud Investigation Service is leading the domestic and international response to tax evasion.
Now that the Brexit transition period has ended, where does this leave the UK’s administrative cooperation with other jursidictions, ask Jason Collins and Catherine Robins (Pinsent Masons).
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Chris Holmes, Mark Ellis and James Egert (BDO) set out important current corporate and employer tax issues which in-house tax teams should now be addressing.
HMRC is providing assistance where practicable and enforcement when necessary, write Andrew Sackey and Jason Collins (Pinsent Masons).
What risks do private sector organisations now face if they engage a contractor they previously assessed to be deemed employed? Mark Groom (Deloitte) considers this and other issues that need addressing before the introduction of the IR35 reforms.
Your quarterly review of developments in the contentious tax world, by Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC).