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Ben Jones, Helen Mackey and Jannine Nicholas (Eversheds Sutherland) explain how to obtain and maximise the benefits of tax risk insurance.
Whilst taking professional advice will usually mean a taxpayer has taken reasonable care, not taking advice does not necessarily mean a taxpayer has been careless, write Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC).
A buyer should not automatically assume a W&I-backed tax deed is appropriate for its transaction, write Zita Dempsey and Lois Dale (Pinsent Masons).
John Chaplin and Rob Woodward (BDO) explain the main tax consequences associated with the use of umbrella company structures. 
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Don Morley, Yvonne Cypher and Basim Khattab (PwC) explain the importance of businesses retaining documentation of commercial decision making as HMRC increasingly focuses on areas of international tax risk.
David Alcock (Anthony Collins Solicitors) and Ritchie Tout (Mazars) discuss the positive applications of EOTs and possible pitfalls facing advisers.
Peter Mason, tax, treasury and finance consultant, discusses how to best categorise, manage and mitigate tax exposures in order to minimise the potential of tax nightmares for the organisation.

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).

Most companies are simply not taking the necessary actions to ensure they have reasonable prevention procedures in place, writes Oliver Pumfrey (FTI Consulting).
The 2019 loan charge teaches us that there is more to statutory time limits than the technical analysis, write Richard Jeens and Rose Swaffield (Slaughter and May).