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HMRC has been reprimanded for treating a taxpayer unfairly so it could collect the maximum amount of tax.


The High Court has dismissed a case brought by accounting firm Chancery against the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) relating to its handling of a compensation case of a film investment scheme


The High Court has ruled in favour of Grant Thornton after Barclays tried to bring a £45m claim against it regarding the effectiveness of a responsibility disclaimer in audit reports. 


Wilkins Kennedy has filed its defence in response to property firm


The High Court has dismissed an attempt to challenge retrospective legislation in the 2013 Finance Bill targeting stamp duty land tax (SDLT) avoidance. 


Lawyers for Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay have returned to the High Court to pursue the final chapter of their six-year battle to extract a £1bn VAT settleme


Tax avoidance protest group UK Uncut Legal Action has lost a High Court case against HMRC over the lawfulness of a tax settlement with Goldman Sachs


Yorkshire subprime lender Cattles has officially filed papers with the High Court in London against its former auditor PwC over failing to spot danger signs in its

The High Court has reaffirmed a long-established principle as to whether a duty of care is owed by accountants towards third party investors.