Monthly Archives: May 2017

Tax Exceptionalism – A UK perspective

In July 2016, I was tasked with responding to a presentation on “Trends in Tax Exceptionalism and Tax Litigation” by Professor Kristin Hickman of the University of Minnesota and Donald Korb of Sullivan and Cromwell. The event was organised jointly … Continue reading

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Studies in the History of Tax Law

The Centre for Tax Law at the University of Cambridge hosts a biannual Tax History conference. Papers selected for the conference are reviewed, edited and later published in the collection “Studies in the History of Tax Law” (published by Bloomsbury) … Continue reading

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Publication in the Bulletin for International Taxation

I have recently published a short article in the Bulletin for International Taxation entitled “The Relationship between Tax Authorities, Large Multinationals and the Public”, the abstract for which reads as follows: In this article, the author explores accusations levelled at the … Continue reading

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Remember that Swiss/UK Tax Cooperation Agreement? Vrang v HMRC [2017] EWHC 1055

I have written previously about the 2011 Swiss/UK Tax Cooperation Agreement (‘the Agreement’), which provided for UK resident taxpayers with bank accounts in Switzerland: to be subject to a one-off payment on 31 May 2013 to clear past unpaid tax … Continue reading

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