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Robert Langston (Saffery) provides a practical case study on the operation of the corporate interest restriction where related party guarantees and withholding tax issues are involved.
Oliver Marre (5 Stone Buildings) considers the Court of Appeal decision and its implications going forward.
Upper Tribunal finds FTT correctly tested place of effective management of trusts.
HMRC’s updated guidance on the treatment of profits arising within, and distributions from, US LLCs is unsatisfactory in a number of respects, write Sebastian Prichard Jones and Andrew Crozier (Macfarlanes).
Target Group, Vermilion and changes to HMRC’s guidance on the double tax treaty passport scheme are among the  developments examined by Mike Lane and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May).
James Anderson and Alex Rigby (Skadden) examine HMRC’s package of proposed transfer pricing reforms, and consider how they might assist with existing uncertainty and double taxation disputes.
Recent cases concerning the application of double tax treaties have seen the courts striving for common sense outcomes, write Constantine Christofi (RPC) and David Goldberg KC (Gray’s Inn Tax Chambers).
Bezhan Salehy and Deep Shah (Macfarlanes) review the government’s extensive package of proposals that touch most areas of the UK’s transfer pricing, permanent establishment and diverted profits tax legislation. 
Kyle Rainsford (Travers Smith) examines the ramifications of the Upper Tribunal’s decision.
In this month’s review, Mike Lane and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May) consider the Court of Appeal decisions in Royal Bank of Canada and Civic Environmental Systems and the consultation on transfer pricing, DPT and permanent establishment.