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Helen McGhee (Joseph Hage Aaronson) considers how practitioners should be advising clients during this uncertain time.
Irfan Butt and Andrew Seidler (RSM) consider the implications for funds and real estate structures. 
Dominic Lawrance & Catrin Harrison (Charles Russell Speechlys) examine the first reported judgment which makes it clear that the relief is there to prevent injustices arising from the prescriptive nature of the statutory residence test.
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Jill Gatehouse, Josh Critchlow and Alison Dickie (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) explore some of the interesting questions about the tax consequences of the proposed regime.
Michael Flaherty and Nigel Giles (BDO) provide a refresher guide to these intricate and wide-ranging rules which can easily be overlooked when advising on migration tax planning for individuals.

Damiano Sogaro and Gideon Sanitt (Macfarlanes) review recent litigation on the tribunal's role in determining domicile issues when considering challenges to an enquiry or to information notices.

In our continuing series, Heather Self reviews tax issues that make the headlines in the national press. This week, the impact of the new US proposals on international tax reform.
This month’s private client update, by Edward Reed and Tristan Honeyborne (Macfarlanes).
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Catrin Harrison, Dominic Lawrance and Hugh Gunson (Charles Russell Speechlys) examine an Upper Tribunal decision that is disappointing for taxpayers and removes a strategic weapon for anyone faced with a domicile enquiry.
Laura Hoyland and Elizabeth Emerson (White & Case) explain the various bear-traps for a foreign company proposing to do business in the UK.