Tax Litigation

One figure is constantly on the rise: the number of tax disputes involving large and medium-sized companies and high net worth individuals. Our vast experience means that we are often able to agree amicable settlements with the tax authorities, thus reducing the number and scale of claims.

To avoid delays and uncertainties, litigation requires not only technical knowledge but also negotiating finesse and a thorough understanding of caselaw. Our specialist team draws on significant experience in all aspects of tax investigations and provides expert, timely advice for both strategic decisions (whether to comply, attempt to settle or appeal) and their implementation.

We provide all-round assistance, whether your business – be it large or medium-sized – is based in Italy or abroad. We’ll guide you through litigation regarding all types of tax issues, including customs and excise duties.

With transfer pricing disputes becoming increasingly common, we also advise on APAs and international arbitration. For disputes involving conflicting national and EU law, we will guide you through proceedings before the Court of Justice of the European Union. Our team of criminal lawyers enables us to offer an efficient, integrated service even when a tax dispute – as is happening in an increasing number of cases –leads to criminal charges for tax or corporate offences.

 

Here’s what sets us apart

  • Our experts on individual tax issues work in synergy, combining their knowledge of administrative procedures, litigation and criminal proceedings
  • We are unique in our ability to provide advice and assessments on the outcome of proceedings and trials. As a result, our clients always have a clear picture of all the options available, their impact and a considered forecast on the outcome of each case
  • The financial authorities consider us a reliable, trustworthy representative, making dealings with them as quick and straightforward as they can be

 

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