JHA’s Simon Whitehead edits The Tax Disputes and Litigation Review 2019 and writes the UK chapter

Author: Simon Whitehead ,
13 Jun 2019
JHA News and Releases | JHA in the Media | HMRC | Press Releases | Joseph Hage Aaronson | Tax | Tax Disputes

JHA consultant Simon Whitehead has edited the seventh edition of The Tax Disputes and Litigation Review and has also contributed the UK chapter to this guide. This book is published by The Law Reviews and is available online and in print.

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

Author: JHA
04 Jun 2019
JHA News and Releases | JHA in the Media | Chambers and Partners | Joseph Hage Aaronson | Tax | Tax Disputes

Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP’s (JHA’s) contentious tax team has contributed to the recently released Chambers & Partners Tax Controversy guide 2019. 

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Boutiques: Highly evolved | The Legal Business Magazine

Author: JHA
28 May 2019
JHA in the Media

Originally printed in The Legal Business Magazine. JHA is pleased to feature in Legal Business Magazine, in an article on the rise of disputes specialist firms “A newer entrant gaining attention is Joseph Hage Aaronson (JHA).

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

Author: Graham Aaronson QC , Ray McCann , Michael Anderson , Simon Whitehead ,
03 Apr 2019
JHA News and Releases | JHA in the Media

Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP’s (JHA’s) contentious tax team has contributed to the recently released Chambers & Partners Corporate Tax guide 2019.

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Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP achieves top tier rankings in leading legal directories for contentious tax

Author: JHA
02 Apr 2019
JHA News and Releases | JHA in the Media

Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP’s (JHA’s) contentious tax team has achieved the highest possible rankings in both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners UK guides.

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Hiring a silk: Stone Chambers chief Steven Gee QC to depart for City disputes boutique Joseph Hage Aaronson

Author: JHA
02 Apr 2019
JHA in the Media | Queen’s Counsel | Joseph Hage Aaronson | Silk | Stone Chambers

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Reform of Brussels I Regulation in force

Author: JHA
02 Apr 2019
JHA in the Media | Brussels I Regulation | Cross-Border Judgments | EU Law

As of 10 January 2015 the amended Brussels I Regulation will come into force. It will render cross-border judgments automatically enforceable across the EU.

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Commission publishes EU TTIP proposals

Author: JHA
02 Apr 2019
JHA in the Media | EU Commission | Proposal | TTIP | US

According to the Commision press release, these are specific proposals for legal text, setting out binding commitments which the EU would like to see in the parts of the agreement covering regulatory and rules issues. The proposals cover competition, food safety and animal and plant health, customs issues, technical barriers to trade, small and medium-sized enterprises, and government-to-government dispute settlement.

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Energy companies bring arbitration claim against Spain

Author: JHA
02 Apr 2019
JHA in the Media | Arbitration | Energy Charter Treaty | ICSID | RWE Innogy GmbH | Spain | Stadtwerke München GmbH

The claim by, among others, the German company RWE concerns an investment in Andasol, a solar plant located in southern Spain, in the light of a reduction in subsidies for renewable energy by the Spanish government. The arbitration is taking place under the Energy Charter Treaty.

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New CIETAC rules for 2015

Author: JHA
02 Apr 2019
JHA in the Media | Arbitration | China | CIETAC Rules | Hong Kong

Notable amendments include a revised procedure for the appointment of emergency arbitrators, a mechanism for a claimant to commence a single arbitration where the dispute arises from multiple contracts, and special provisions for arbitrations administered by the CIETAC Arbitration Centre in Hong Kong.

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