Tax Law and Brexit helps advisors to identify immediate and future tax issues that are faced post-Brexit, and how their clients can mitigate any risks. It provides an in-depth analysis of the tax ramifications of Brexit, including state aid, VAT and customs and excise requirements, as well as cross-border reorganisations and transfers of residence, in both the UK and EU Member States.
This product is updated one to two times a year. Content added recently includes a series of practice notes addressing key changes to the VAT rules and new Customs procedures for businesses trading with partners in the European Union.
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Tax Law and Brexit is suitable for accountants and lawyers advising businesses trading with European partners following Brexit, in-house finance and counsel in UK businesses who trade with companies in the EU, as well as academics. With
contributions from a range of highly respected tax experts, including:
• Barbara Belgrano, Pump Court Tax Chambers
• Conor Quigley QC, Serle Court
• Julian Ghosh QC, One Essex Court
• Kelly Stricklin-Coutinho, 39 Essex Chambers
• Nicola Saccardo, Maisto e Associati
• Roderick Cordara QC, Essex Court
• Timothy Lyons QC, 39 Essex Chambers