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Tax Annual Report 2017: Worth The Trouble?
In this context, some lawyers suggest that law firms could cease investing in their tax departments because of the potential liabilities or even go as far as to scrap them altogether.
Spain
26 Apr 2017
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Spanish Companies Biggest Beneficiaries Of Fiscal Reform - Roca Junyent
The other opportunity for law firms is in litigation, he says.
Spain
9 Apr 2015
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Tax Lawyers Must Help Clients Manage Risks
Tax lawyers must be sensitive to clients' businesses, assist them in managing risks, and help them understand the rapidly changing tax environment, explains Brian Leonard, partner at Deloitte Abogados in Madrid.
Spain
18 Mar 2015
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Clients Look For Legal Certainty On Tax Issues
Eduardo Gracia, managing partner at Ashurst in Madrid explains that tax authorities are taking a much tougher stance on tax fraud and evasion as public opinion is questioning companies' tax structures from not only a legal perspective, but also a moral one.
Spain
18 Mar 2015
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Tax Annual Report 2015: Saving Your Money And Your Reputation
As public opposition to tax avoidance schemes hardens, companies' tax structures are coming under increasing scrutiny and could potentially lead to a public relations disaster that could damage their reputation.
Spain
4 Mar 2015
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Lawyers Strengthening Tax Teams As Demand For Advice Booms
An increase in M&A work coupled with new tax rules and moves to tackle tax evasion means law firms are desperately battling to recruit the best specialist lawyers
Spain
30 Jan 2015
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