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Clare Reeve Curatola and Kate Ison (Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner) provide practical insight on maximising the protection of legal professional privilege.
Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud (Charles Russell Speechlys) examine the Court of Appeal’s decision which has potentially far-reaching consequences for the PAYE system.
Sophie Rhind (Macfarlanes) reports on the game changing amendment to rule 24 of the Upper Tribunal rules.
Can the sale of a development site marketed with vacant possession meet the conditions for a VAT free TOGC when the purchaser suggests setting up leases with friendly parties? Jonathan de Wilton (Grant Thornton) investigates.
The latest developments that matter, reviewed by Mike Lane and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May).
Card image Sarah Stenton, Lisa Vanderheide, Lee Ellis
The introduction of retrospective legislation to fix enquiry framework issues for LLPs shows how far HMRC is prepared to go to protect its position. 
George Peretz QC and Alfred Artley (Monckton Chambers) explain how the Protocol will be subject to significant European oversight that could result in prolonged litigation, both domestically and at EU level.
CGT and uncompleted contracts.
Rory Mullan (Old Square Tax Chambers) examines two cases that demonstrate the importance of establishing the fundamental requirements of the TOAA code before a charge can be imposed.