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EU Tracker and EU Tax Cases Tracker keep you up-to-date
EU Tracker and EU Tax Cases Tracker are designed to help you to navigate your way through key changes which affect you and your clients. Staying ahead of legal and tax decisions which impact your business has never been more difficult or time consuming. By using EU Tracker, you can be confident that when significant change occurs, you are kept up to date and can plan accordingly. Knowing what is on the horizon is an essential part of building tomorrow’s businesses – the Tracker approach is designed to do just that.
EU Tracker is a unique monitoring and analysis tool for lawyers, PSLs and information managers, it tracks the implementation of key EU Directives in over 20 Member States. By analysing the state of play in the Member States, each with its own legislative framework and parliamentary timetable, the EU Tracker team of EU law experts makes sure you are on top of all developments as they unfold.
Expert analysis, links to implementing legislation, at-a-glance traffic lights and targetted alerting mean that you have instant access to vital information.
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EU Tax Cases Tracker
EU Tax Cases Tracker is a vital monitoring and analysis tool for the practising tax professional, lawyer and information manager, providing inside knowledge of the impact of key EU tax cases in the Member States. It allows you to keep one step ahead of your clients and the competition at all times: our expert team of specialist EU tax consultants, practising in the key jurisdictions, monitor developments in all the important tax cases and provide country-by-country reports.
The product also alerts you to changes in a case status as and when they happen. Drawing upon the authority of these recognised experts in the field, this is the most up-to-date and interactive European tax case service on the market. Now also includes Reports for the Hearings and summary English translations, as well as information on national cases not referred to the ECJ.
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