Some comfort for accountants following the Court of Appeal decision in Mehjoo

By Wanda Karow

Accountants can draw some comfort following the recent Court of Appeal decision in Mehjoo v Harben Barker.

The Midlands-based accountancy firm has won an appeal overturning a previous court ruling that the firm had acted negligently in failing to advise Mr Mehjoo to seek specialist tax advice.

Mr Mehjoo was an Iranian businessman who instructed Harben Barker to provide accounting services and to advise generally in relation to his tax and other financial and business affairs…

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