RESOURCES

Our Library has been divided into case notes, articles, conference papers and podcasts.  Under each of these headers the relevant information has been subdivided into their areas of law.  All publications in the library are listed in reverse chronological order. 

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Monckton Chambers Tax Seminar Series
28 March 2014

PAY TV SPORTS ~ BT plc v Ofcom, BSkyB, FAPL, Virgin Media et al [2014] EWCA Civ 133
14 March 2014
Author(s): Jon Turner QC, Josh Holmes, Meredith Pickford, Gerry Facenna, Ben Lask

In the latest judgment in the Pay TV Sports litigation, the Court of Appeal has confirmed that section 316 of the Communications Act 2003 empowers Ofcom to impose on holders of Broadcasting ...

SAE Education Limited v The Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs – a turning tide for the university education exemption? ~ Appeal No. TC/2011/02251
10 March 2014
Author(s): Elizabeth Kelsey
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Melanie Hall QC, Elizabeth Kelsey

On 28 February 2014 the First-tier Tribunal released its Decision allowing SAE Education Ltd.'s appeal against a decision of HMRC.  SAE argued that its supplies of educational courses in the fields of audio and digital media technologies ...

Case C-300/12 Ibero Tours GMBH, European Court of Justice
26 February 2014
Author(s): Raymond Hill
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Philip Moser QC, Raymond Hill

Taxable amount - Articles 11A(1)(a) and 11C(1) of the Sixth VAT Directive - granting of price discounts to end customers - neutrality of VAT - Elida Gibbs - did the granting of discounts by an intermediary to end customers reduce the taxable ...

VAT ON ‘GREEN FEES’ IS UNLAWFUL
7 January 2014
Author(s): Tarlochan Lall
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Raymond Hill

Golfers will no doubt be delighted by the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") in Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs v Bridport and West Dorset ...

ECJ rules that retailers’ sales are subject to VAT where a customer fraudulently uses a credit card
20 December 2013
Author(s): Raymond Hill
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Peter Mantle

The ECJ has recently ruled on retailer sales where a customer fraudulently uses a credit card. In doing so, it has shed further light on the concepts of "supply of goods" and "consideration" in VAT cases. Its judgment will affect the entire ...

Deutsche Bahn AG & Ors v Morgan Advanced Materials Plc & Ors
13 December 2013
Author(s): Anneliese Blackwood
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Jon Turner QC, Daniel Beard QC, Rob Williams

On 3 December 2003 the European Commission issued a decision (the "Decision") in which it found that the seven addressees had been involved in a cartel in relation to electrical ...

FERRIES AND FAIR HEARINGS
5 December 2013
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Paul Harris QC, Daniel Beard QC, Alistair Lindsay, Ben Rayment, Meredith Pickford, Rob Williams, Thomas Sebastian

In its long awaited ruling on the Eurotunnel case, the Competition Appeal Tribunal has delivered a wide-ranging judgment dealing with almost the whole of the legal framework within which the Competition Commission ...

FERRIES AND FAIR HEARINGS
5 December 2013
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Paul Harris QC, Daniel Beard QC, Alistair Lindsay, Ben Rayment, Meredith Pickford, Rob Williams, Thomas Sebastian

In its long awaited ruling on the Eurotunnel case, the Competition Appeal Tribunal has delivered a wide-ranging judgment dealing with almost the whole of the legal framework within which the Competition Commission ...

Ryanair v Esso Italiana: Is this the end for jurisdiction clauses?
3 December 2013
Author(s): Michael Armitage
Member(s) of Chambers involved in this case: Daniel Beard QC

Is this the end for jurisdiction clauses covering competition damages cases? And what about arbitration clauses? The Court of Appeal has recently given judgment in a case concerning the scope of an English jurisdiction clause, including ...