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Sophie Rhind (Macfarlanes) reports on the game changing amendment to rule 24 of the Upper Tribunal rules.
Recent trends in the contentious tax world, by Robert Waterson and Constantine Christofi (RPC).
What rights do those indirectly affected by tax disputes have if they disagree with the outcome? 
Your quarterly review of developments in the contentious tax world, by Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC).
Your quarterly review of developments in the contentious tax world, by Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC).
Catherine Robins and Sam Wardleworth (Pinsent Masons) review an interesting Upper Tribunal decision on the test for trading, 'golden contracts' and the availability  of enterprise zone allowances and legitimate expectation.

This year has seen an increasing compliance burden for companies, an expansion of HMRC powers and a reminder of the important role of the courts, write Kate Ison and Jessica Hocking (Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner).

A decade of tax decisions examined by Michael Conlon QC (Temple Tax Chambers).
Ami Jack (Smith & Williamson) sets out a guide to the main political parties’ tax proposals in the run-up to the general election.
The government intends to change the law retrospectively to make it clear that HMRC can use automated processes to issue notices to file returns and to issue penalties, report Catherine Robins and Steven Porter (Pinsent Masons).