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Curtis successfully defends foreign states' procedural privileges in the UK Supreme Court
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Publications 26 May. 2022
Marc Hammerson Co-Authors Chapter on Oil & Gas Decommissioning in "Oil and Gas Contracts: Principles and Practice"
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Marco Blanco & Olga Beloded Taught 3-Day LLM Course on International Taxation, Hosted by the DIFC and University of Paris II - Assas
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News 24 May. 2022
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Client Alert 24 Jun. 2021
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News 31 Mar. 2021
Frankfurt-based associate Martin Wolff was featured in an article about real estate transfer tax reforms in Germany, entitled, “the Sword of Damocles over Transactions” (“Damoklesschwert über Transaktionen”), which was published in the most recent edition of InstitutionalMoney magazine (1/2021).
In the article, Mr. Wolff addresses questions about the current state of real estate transfer tax reform in Germany (Grunderwerbsteuerreform), including legal provisions currently still under discussion and expected to be enacted, which aim to curb tax avoidance through the use of share deals. He also discusses the law’s applicability to unit deals, which involve the transfer of shares issued by real estate funds.
To read the full article in German, please click here.
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News 12 Apr. 2022
Curtis secures 13 practice level and 35 individual attorney rankings in Legal 500 EMEA 2022 Edition
News 30 Mar. 2022
Curtis Strengthens its Global Tax and Investment Management Capabilities in London with New Partner Daniel Lewin
News 31 Jan. 2022
Partner Michael S. Schwartz Appointed as Adjunct Professor by Fordham University School of Law