JHA | Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP contributes UK chapter to the Chambers & Partners Corporate Tax Guide 2019

Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP contributes UK chapter to the Chambers & Partners Corporate Tax Guide 2019

January 24, 2019

Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP’s (JHA’s) contentious tax team has contributed to the recently released Chambers & Partners Corporate Tax guide 2019. This highly regarded publication provides expert legal commentary on key issues and is considered one of the most comprehensive guides to this area of law for businesses worldwide.

As the only firm ranked as band one in the UK for Tax: Contentious expertise by Chambers, JHA is delighted to have contributed to this internationally renowned guide. JHA’s chapter includes sections on: the taxation of inbound investments; the taxation of non-local corporations; the taxation of foreign income of local corporations; anti-avoidance and BEPS, among other key features of UK corporate tax law.

JHA’s contentious tax team uniquely brings together in one firm specialist tax QCs, experienced tax disputes solicitors, and forensic accountants. The team’s close client relationships enables it to be involved in some of the most high-value and complex corporate tax related cases. JHA’s selection as the sole UK contributor to this guide, as well as the top tier rankings achieved by the firm every year since its inception in both the Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 directories, are testament to its practitioners talent and experience as well as its uniquely integrated approach.

The chapter was written by Graham Aaronson QC, Ray McCann, Michael Anderson and Simon Whitehead and can be found here on the Chambers website.

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