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Philip Gilliland

Associate

Philip Gilliland is an associate in the Tax Department.

Prior to joining Proskauer, Philip trained in the London office of a major international law firm where he worked on restructuring and insolvency, corporate M&A and tax matters. During his training contract he undertook a secondment at Unilever.

Philip earned his B.A. from St Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge.

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Extended tax liabilities for directors in insolvencies linked to tax avoidance

Draft legislation included in the Finance Bill 2019-2020 will potentially make directors and certain other individuals closely connected to a company jointly and severally liable for a company’s tax liabilities that arise from avoidance, evasion or repeated insolvency and non-payment of tax debts or tax-related penalties of the company. The legislation is targeted at individuals … Continue Reading

Change to IR35 tax obligations from April 2020 for medium- and large-sized companies

New rules to be introduced from April 2020 will make certain companies who engage workers through intermediaries (the “client”) subject to: assessing whether the workers should be treated as employees of the company; and operating employment tax (PAYE and NICs) in respect of payments made to the workers or their intermediary. Currently these obligations rest … Continue Reading
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