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Taxation of Workers: A Journey Across Europe

Nowadays, the taxation of workers in the new economy in Europe is a hot topic, especially with the fast-paced development of the gig economy. Everywhere in the region, tax authorities grapple with new ways that the workers provide their services.

In this webinar, Baker McKenzie lawyers Jeremy Edwards, Don-Tobias Jol, Ludmilla Maurer, Gillian MurdochGeoffrey Poras and Eleonore d’Anthonay take you on a tour across principal European countries to explore:

  • Current regulations and risks arising when engaging workers other than through an employment relationship
  • Trends and expected developments
  • Likely liabilities if your company misclassifies workers
  • How your company can address the issues, both on a country basis and a Pan-European-wide basis

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Jeremy Edwards is a partner at Baker & McKenzie´s London office.

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Don-Tobias Jol is a partner within the Amsterdam Tax practice with over 19 years of experience. He focuses on global compensation and benefits advisory, with particular emphasis on executive and equity-based compensation. Don-Tobias is a frequent author and speaker on a variety of international remuneration issues, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Global Equity Organization (GEO). He has been on international assignments to South Africa (in 2005 and 2006) and Saudi Arabia (in 2012 and 2013) to serve clients of his respective employers at the time. Don-Tobias is a member of Baker McKenzie’s Global Employment & Compensation Practice Group, and heads the Firm’s Dutch Compensation & Benefits advisory team.

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Geoffrey Poras is a Counsel at Baker McKenzie's Paris office.

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Eleonore D'Anthonay is a Counsel at Baker McKenzie's Paris office.

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Gillian Murdoch is an associate in Baker McKenzie's London office. Gill qualified in the employee benefits team in 2014 after joining the firm as a trainee in 2012. Gill was named as a "Next Generation Lawyer" by Legal 500 in 2017.