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Alternative Dispute Resolution and Tax Disputes

9781803920375 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Werner Haslehner, Professor of Tax Law, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Timothy Lyons KC, 39 Essex Chambers, London, UK, Katerina Pantazatou, Associate Professor of Tax Law, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Georg Kofler, Professor of Tax Law and Alexander Rust, Professor of Tax Law, Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Publication Date: April 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80392 037 5 Extent: c 400 pp
Arbitration has been promoted as the future of tax dispute resolution in recent years in line with the increase in complexity of international tax law. This authoritative book presents existing legal rules on the matter, provides a review of the arguments in favour of tax arbitration, discusses the practical and legal challenges for its wide-spread adoption and compatibility with existing domestic and international norms. It also answers key questions for the practical implementation of a modern tax arbitration system.

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Arbitration has been promoted as the future of tax dispute resolution in recent years in line with the increase in complexity of international tax law. This authoritative book presents existing legal rules on the matter, provides a review of the arguments in favour of tax arbitration, discusses the practical and legal challenges for its wide-spread adoption and compatibility with existing domestic and international norms. It also answers key questions for the practical implementation of a modern tax arbitration system.

Key Features:

· Comprehensive analysis of the existing tax treaty framework and their application to MAP and arbitration

· Up-to-date guidance on the best practices in alternative dispute resolution to ensure effective and efficient dispute resolution

· Original insights from dispute resolution mechanisms found in non-tax areas such as trade and investment law

· In-depth discussion of primary and secondary EU law rules on tax dispute resolution, including implications of EU general principles, fundamental rights and internal market rules

Identifying some of the new issues in tax arbitration and offering views on how to tackle them in the most appropriate way, this book will be a key resource for tax law practitioners looking for the latest insights on how to navigate the legal framework for alternative tax dispute resolution. Students and academics focusing on commercial and tax law will also benefit from this detailed guide.

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Contributors include: Robert Danon, Sjoerd Douma, Javier García Olmedo, Arno Gildemeister, Daniel Gutmann, Werner Haslehner, Alexia Kardachaki, Georg Kofler, Timothy Lyons, Peter Nias, Katerina Pantazatou, Katerina Perrou, Alexander Rust, Paloma Schwarz, Laura Turcan
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