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Hugh Gunson (Charles Russell Speechlys) examines when it is possible to obtain privacy and/or anonymity orders in tax tribunal proceedings in light of a recent Upper Tribunal decision.
Upper Tribunal rules against mixed use determination.
UT sets aside FTT’s direction that preliminary proceedings in the taxpayer’s appeal be heard in private.
Laura Poots (Pump Court Tax Chambers) shares some tips for minimising last minute procedural issues and also reports some positive developments in diversity at the Bar.
Dominic Lawrance and Catrin Harrison (Charles Russell Speechlys) give a festive appraisal of the key case decisions in 2023 affecting private clients.
Dame Sarah Falk talks to Anthony Inglese CB about her progression from life as a tax practitioner to becoming a senior member of the judiciary.
Paul Farey (AECOM) considers the impact of the Upper Tribunal’s ruling in the Gunfleet Sands case.
The Supreme Court has effectively left it open to future courts to counteract artificial avoidance, writes Ben Elliott (Pump Court Tax Chambers).
Capital allowances disallowed for windfarm studies expenditure.  
New guidance has been issued on the conduct of proceedings in the Upper Tribunal. Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho (39 Essex Chambers) examines what’s changed.