Wednesday, 9 October 2013

New Book: Tax Litigation (Published by The European Lawyer, Editor David W. Chodikoff)

Tax Litigation
published by Sweet & Maxwell
first of its kind
A new tax book TAX LITIGATION, edited by David W. Chodikoff and published by The European Lawyer, a division of Thomson Reuters (UK), was launched today Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at The Harvard Club in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, during the 2013 International Bar Association Conference.

Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs was responsible for South Africa's contribution, which was co-written by my colleague Mmangaliso Nzimande and myself.

Tax Litigation is the first book of its kind. It provides owners and leaders of business, general counsel, tax lawyers, accountants and members of the general public with ready access to the fundamentals of tax litigation in a multi-jurisdictional, comparative format. The information is provided by leading practitioners within the field from around the globe. 
Whether the ultimate problem is within the common law/civil code context or involves criminal tax related offences, this book provides invaluable information regarding the identification of the relevant legislative framework, the pre-trial process, the trial process, the important individual national aspects of both documentary and witness evidence including expert witness evidence, court cost considerations, Appeals and the hot areas of interest in each jurisdiction. This work highlights the complexities of tax litigation around the world. Tax Litigation:
• Advises on the fundamentals of tax litigation in a range of international jurisdictions

• Covers over 29 jurisdictions on a country-by-country basis, each written by local expert practitioners 


• Provides invaluable information regarding the identification of the relevant legislative framework


• Adopts a consistent approach for each jurisdiction, so that quick and accurate comparisons can be readily made 


• Goes through topics such as the pre-trial process, the trial process, the important individual national aspects of both documentary and witness evidence including expert witness evidence, court cost considerations, and appeals in each jurisdiction


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