Herbert Smith Freehills hosts Tax ADR Interest Group

The UK’s HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is now supporting ADR in the resolution of a wide range of tax disputes. On Monday 22 October Herbert Smith Freehills will host a Tax ADR Interest Group for stakeholders at our offices in London to discuss key recent developments.  Agenda items include the National Audit Office’s report on settling tax disputes, HMRC’s draft governance paper, HMRC’s ADR pilots and guidance, and confidentiality in mediation. Delegates include Edward Troup, the newly appointed HMRC Tax Assurance Commissioner, who will offer his view on resolving tax disputes through ADR.  If you would like further information about this session please contact Rupert Shiers, a partner in the Tax Disputes team in London, and a CEDR accredited mediator.

 

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