Against a backdrop of economic stagnation and geopolitical conflict, businesses are preparing for a challenging year. Global disputes will continue at pace, according to insights from more than 600 senior lawyers at large corporations, with ESG and employment risks the greatest areas of concern. Our seventh annual report provides detailed analysis of disputes trends, as well as sectoral and region-specific developments, to prepare your organization for The Year Ahead.
ESG disputes pose one of the top risks to organizations in the coming year, particularly the increasing concern of governance disputes. Join Baker McKenzie’s global team on 31 January 2023 as they discuss key risks to your organization as well as how to manage these and adapt to changing demands.
Looking to the year ahead, Baker McKenzie commissioned a survey of 600 senior lawyers across the globe and uncovered that corporations expect more disputes this year, driven by economic uncertainty, global trade shifts and altered business models. Disputes around cybersecurity/data and ESG rank as emerging risk areas, while tax and employment disputes remain a constant consideration for organizations. To help stay abreast of emerging challenges and prepare to navigate the changing disputes landscape, join our experts across the globe in a series of webinars as they unpack findings from our latest report, The Year Ahead: Global Disputes Forecast 2023, and uncover a practical, actionable way forward.
Baker McKenzie’s TMT Looking Ahead 2022 five-part series explores key themes, offers timely insights, and lays out recommendations for technology, media and telecommunication companies looking to navigate the latest industry developments. Topics covered include tech regulation and compliance, tech M&A, interactive entertainment, 5G and TMT as the driver of change.
Rapid business transformation across the globe and shifting international policy are driving significant changes to organizations’ tax exposure, financial resilience, strategy and management. These factors are shaping how companies across every sector approach the future of tax dispute resolution.
Our latest report draws on an independent survey of 1,200 tax leaders in 10 jurisdictions and across six sectors conducted in late 2021 and insights from our tax disputes and international tax teams.
Recently, there has been development in Spain in relation to value-added tax (VAT) refunds post-Brexit, and the application of a European Court of Justice case to recent tax court rulings around indemnity payments.
Scrutiny by tax authorities can only be expected to intensify because of the pandemic’s impacts on the global economy and tax revenues. As companies themselves recover and reassess their affairs post-pandemic, timely resolution of tax disputes is ever-critical. To help you understand tax dispute resolution options available by jurisdiction, the…
Today, the Digital Services Tax Act (“the new tax”) was published in Spain’s Official State Gazette and it will enter into force on 16 January 2021. Under this law, digital services for online advertising, online intermediation and data transfers will be subject to taxation in Spain as of 2021.
Baker McKenzie’s VAT/Indirect Tax Practice presented “Audits and Disputes”, on 9 September 2020. This was the fourth presentation in the International VAT Conference Webinar Series, a global webinar series designed for VAT specialists from all industry sectors that aims to discuss the latest developing trends and hot topics in the VAT/goods and services tax (GST) and customs arena.
Recently, the Spanish Supreme Court published judgments where it analyzed if the amount of the turnover attributable to certain financial transactions should be included in the pro rata denominator as not incidental.
In addition, the Directorate of Taxes issued a ruling that analyzes the VAT consequences of the rent write-off made by the lessor during the COVID-19 pandemic and a ruling that analyzes the VAT treatment of the services rendered by a social network considering that the consideration received is the user’s data.