United States: Hill Authors Article On The Unprecedented Extraterritorialization Of Tax Crimes
Last Updated: August 4 2016

Partner Lawrence Hill ( New York-Tax) recently authored an article, titled "The Unprecedented Extraterritorialization of Tax Crimes," a featured perspective published on August 1, 2016 in Tax Notes International.

This article provides a discussion of the UK's proposed criminal offense legislation that will affect financial institutions, corporations, and any other entity with a UK nexus. According to Hill, the proposed legislation "[is] representative of a growing trend of nations policing the tax and criminal activities of their citizens globally, and goes a few steps further in policing activities of non-UK taxpayers and even their agents.  The legislation is also consistent with the growing trend of international law enforcement cooperation, as well as transparency in the areas of tax compliance, money laundering, bribery, and other cross-border criminal activities.

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