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European Union - Has the Case Law of the ECJ on Final Losses Reached the End of the Line?

European Union
M. Lang
European Taxation, 2014 (Volume 54), No 12
6 November 2014
The author traces the development of ECJ case law on final losses beginning with Marks & Spencer, wherein the Court held that foreign losses only need to be taken into consideration in exceptional cases, and culminating in a series of cases that have so restricted loss utilization that virtually no possibilities remain. The author highlights the practical questions that have arisen in this regard and suggests possible solutions.
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