The Seminar was held from 15:45 PM – 20:00 PM on the 17th of October 2019 in The Old Hall, Lincolns Inn.
Copies of the speakers’ notes are now available to download here.
15:45 – 16:15 Tea & Coffee
16:15 – 16:50: Patrick Boch spoke on Avoidance-related penalties and “disqualified advice”
The new penalty provisions on “errors related to avoidance arrangements”
Presumption of ‘culpability’ in such cases
Inability of the taxpayer to rely on professional advise which is “disqualified”
Whom will the rules affect (do you need to worry about them)?
How to ensure advice is not “disqualified”
16:50 – 17:25: Mary Ashley spoke on Recent cases on Revenue Powers
Follower Notice (R. (on the application of Haworth) v Revenue and Customs Commissioners and Giulio Corrado v the Commissioner for Her Majest’s Revenue & Customs)
Investigations (R. (on the application of JJ Management LLP) v Revenue and Customs Commissioners and Hunter v Revenue and Customs Commissioners)
17:25 – 18:00: Robert Venables QC spoke on Developments in DOTAS and DOTAS II
Recent Cases on DOTAS I (2004)
The elements of the new DOTAS II which will come into force in 2020 but will be retrospective to 2018.
18:00 – 18:15: Questions to the speakers
18:15 -20:00: Drinks
Drinks will be hosted immediately after the seminar at which you will have an opportunity to meet members of Old Square Tax Chambers.
The seminar is free of charge.
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