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  • Spain reforms its tax regime weblink

    Briefings | 15 December 2014

    Spain’s recently published tax reform measure modifies the tax regime for companies, individuals and non-resident taxpayers.

  • Doing Business in Australia weblink

    Briefings | 10 October 2014

    This guide provides sound, practical advice on the relevant laws and regulations for foreign companies looking to invest in Australia.

  • Verkhovna Rada approved anticrisis tax measures weblink

    Briefings | 5 August 2014

    Verkhovna Rada has approved Law #4309a ‘On amendments to Tax Code of Ukraine and other legislative acts (on improvement of certain provisions)’.

  • The looming highway trust fund crisis: what will Congress do? Finding a path forward weblink

    Briefings | 2 July 2014

    Finding a solution to the crisis is both a high economic and political priority, especially with congressional elections just four-and-a-half months away.

  • Australian Budget 2014–15 weblink

    Briefings | 14 May 2014

    The Australian coalition government has presented the 2014–15 Federal Budget, which includes changes to personal tax rates and the fuel excise rules.

  • The Camp US tax reform proposal: what’s inside? weblink

    Briefings | 3 March 2014

    House Ways and Means Committee chairman Dave Camp this week introduced a draft of the most comprehensive reform of the Internal Revenue Code in decades.

  • The Trust Deficit: After the Crash — February 2014 weblink

    Briefings | 27 February 2014

    Two years on from DLA Piper’s report The Trust Deficit: Views from the Boardroom, the firm returns to the theme and asks how companies can foster a culture of trust in a post-crash economy.

  • Chambers Global 2013 — DLA Piper full ranking summary weblink

    Briefings | 25 March 2013

    DLA Piper has released a summary of all of the firm’s rankings and editorial commentary in Chambers Global 2013.

  • New taxes hit UK residential property weblink

    Briefings | 8 March 2013

    In the Budget, the Chancellor stuck to his promise to come down like a “tonne of bricks” on wealthy individuals who are seen as not paying their fair share of SDLT by buying valuable residential property in corporate vehicles and eventually selling the shares in those corporate vehicles free of SDLT.