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European State aid cases: 42 steps to guide you through

European Union - October 23 2015 One of the difficulties with tax law is that no matter how codified it is, it is virtually impossible to eliminate all of the grey that exists...

Cécile Beurrier, Matthew D. Saronson, Burt Rosen, Richard Ward, Ceinwen Rees.


Amendment to France-Luxembourg tax treaty affects French real estate holding company structures

Luxembourg, France - September 12 2014 On September 5, 2014, the French and Luxembourg ministries of finance signed an amendment to the France-Luxembourg tax treaty (the "Treaty") that...

Matthew D. Saronson, Peter F.G. Schuur.


French draft budget for 2013

France - October 3 2012 On September 28, 2012, the French government released its much-awaited draft budget for 2013, which, unsurprisingly, contains significant tax increases, targeting wealthy individuals and large businesses....

Pierre-Pascal Bruneau.


First series of tax increases by the newly-elected French president

France - July 9 2012 On July 4, 2012, the new French government unveiled the first part of its tax reforms by including them in the second amending finance bill for 2012. Pierre-Pascal Bruneau, Eric Berengier Key takeaways:On July 4, 2012, the new French government released the second amending finance bill for 2012, which contains the first part of its tax reforms...

Pierre-Pascal Bruneau.