Tax Controversy Leaders 2015 is available as a downloadable pdf.
David Swenson, global leader of PwC’s tax controversy and dispute resolution network, looks back at how megatrends in global tax controversy have developed over the past year, and ahead to the trends set to emerge in a post-BEPS environment.
David Chodikoff, Ron Choudhury and Graham Purse from Miller Thomson look at the anti-avoidance and anti-abuse action being taken by Canada’s tax authorities, and at the capital gains tax treatment in the country, with a view to minimising disputes.
Sanjay Sanghvi, partner at Khaitan & Co, provides an overview of the various methods and forums available in India which can facilitate speedy resolution of tax disputes, touching on high profile litigation matters now pending.
This past year has seen a number of important developments for US tax controversy and litigation. Some of these developments, particularly in the area of privilege, could have a significant and lasting impact on how taxpayers consider and plan for potential tax disputes with the IRS. David Forst, Andrew Kim and Zach Jones of Fenwick & West provide an overview.