There are no frozen personal bank accounts or other assets in Switzerland in the name of Viktor Yanukovych

Author: JHA - 18 Dec 2019

The Swiss Federal Councils Decision of 13 December 2019 to extend for one year its freeze on the assets of President Yanukovych and his entourage.

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Loss Relief, Impact of Relocating Your Company

Author: JHA - 25 Nov 2019

An opinion on the AURES Holdings case (C-405/18)

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Brexit: What happens if Parliament fails to approve the new deal?

Author: JHA - 25 Nov 2019

There are 3 possible routes the UK could go down if the WAB has not received royal assent by exit day which, following an agreement with the EU on the 28th October to another extension, is now set to be 31st January 2020. First, as it has not yet left the EU, the UK could revoke its Article 50 Notice thereby withdrawing its intention to leave the EU. 

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Brexit, what happens if Parliament passes the new deal?

Author: JHA - 25 Nov 2019

This article explores the legal ramifications of adopting this deal as law.

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International Tax Review selects four partners at Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP as Tax Controversy Leaders

Author: JHA - 24 Oct 2019

JHA remains the only law firm to have achieved such rankings in both guides every year since its inception.

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Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP contributes to the The Legal 500: Tax Country Comparative Guide

Author: JHA - 22 Oct 2019

Our firm has contributed to the Tax Country Comparative Guide

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JHA Associate Helen McGhee contributes multiple chapters to the 37th edition of Revenue Law: Principles and Practice’

Author: JHA - 14 Oct 2019

Helen has completed her annual contribution to the latest edition of important Revenue Law book.

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