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Anson v HMRC

HMRC Responds to Landmark Case on UK Tax Treatment of Delaware LLCs

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Business as usual for UK taxpayers following Supreme Court decision in Anson v HMRC? HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has published its response to the UK Supreme Court’s decision in the landmark double taxation case of...more

"Key Takeaways: Delaware LLCs - The Implications of Anson"

Skadden held a webinar on September 14, 2015, to discuss certain key aspects of the U.K. Supreme Court decision in Anson v. HMRC, with a focus on potential ramifications for multinational groups including Delaware LLCs (and...more

UK tax treatment of US LLC: HMRC’s practice following Anson

by Dechert LLP on

We reported earlier this year on the UK Supreme Court’s decision in HMRC v Anson, in which it was held that a UK taxpayer, Mr. Anson, was entitled to claim relief against his UK tax liabilities for US tax paid on his share of...more

Recent UK Court Decision on UK Tax Treatment of US LLCs

by Morgan Lewis on

HMRC provides guidance on the implications of the recent case Anson v Revenue and Customs Commissioners. Delaware limited liability companies (LLCs) are regularly seen in many international corporate groups, including in...more

"Delaware LLCs and UK Entity Classification: The Fallout From the Curious Case of George Anson"

Fundamental to any developed tax policy is knowing who the taxpayer is (or should be) with respect to any particular transaction. Although that can be relatively straightforward in purely domestic situations, a cross-border...more

UK Supreme Court Forces HMRC to Rethink its Tax Treatment of Delaware LLCs

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Supreme Court rules in favour of taxpayer in landmark case regarding UK tax treatment of Delaware LLCs. On 1 July 2015, the UK Supreme Court handed down a long-awaited ruling in the case of Anson v Commissioners for Her...more

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