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How we can help

If you are in dispute with the tax authorities, we can help at every stage of the process. Services include:

  • developing litigation strategies;
  • settlement negotiations;
  • help with arbitration or mutual agreement procedures (MAP);
  • assistance with information requests from the tax authorities;
  • managing tax audits and investigations;
  • filing appeals;
  • and representation in proceedings at all levels, including at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Part­ner­ship

In partnership with you, we look at your tax dispute from various angles, taking into account issues including your (business) goals, the merits of your case and your long-term relationship with the tax authorities. In this way, we analyse all aspects of a complex tax issue. We will make sure to build a strong case, aiming to resolve your tax dispute best we can.

Wide-rang­ing ex­per­tise

We can assist you with all types of tax disputes. We cover a broad scope, as we deal with direct and indirect tax, EU law and procedural law matters, including recovery and penalty issues. Due to the size of our firm we can call in acknowledged experts in all types of tax law. We have a proven track record in both dispute resolution and litigation for national and multinational businesses and high net worth individuals.

Organisations operating in Europe must keep abreast of EU tax law developments. Our team monitors developments and keeps you informed.
Our litigation teams focus on the most appropriate form of dispute resolution, in and outside of court, from arbitration to mediation. Always looking for the best possible outcome.
We offer integrated services, in collaboration with both our attorneys-at-law and civil-law notaries.
Tax Controversy & Litigation
Tax Controversy & Litigation
If you would like to find out more about Tax Litigation, please read our brochure

What others say

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Tier-1 rankings: In the category Tax Controversy 2020 we received tier-1 rankings in the Netherlands and Belgium.
International Tax Review (2020)
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