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In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the tax controversy group has put together a chart detailing tax controversy-related developments as they arise. Please refer to the following list of tax and tax controversy-related alerts for additional insight and guidance:

German papers have called it the most complicated tax fraud trial in modern German history, but the “Cum-Ex” scandal could have implications for the entire financial services industry. Litigation & Enforcement  partners and attorneys Judith Seddon, Rosemarie Paul, Paige Berges and Chris Stott, along with Tax partners Kat Gregor and Andrew Howard

On January 17, 2020, a federal district court in Washington ordered Microsoft Corporation (“Microsoft”) to produce many documents to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) that Microsoft asserted were privileged. Microsoft had argued that most of the documents were protected by protected by the work product doctrine and the federally authorized tax practitioner privilege set forth

Tax partner and tax controversy group co-founder Kat Gregor, senior tax attorney Ariella Mutchler and tax & benefits associate Ningzhou Shen co-authored an article recently published by Law360 titled “OECD Digital Tax Plan Shifts Tax Risk For Asset Managers.”

The piece examines how the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)’s digital tax plan shifts