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Private Client Business

Private Client Business
Practice Area: Taxation Law
ISSN: 0967-229X
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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Private Client Business is the leading journal for all those involved with private client work. It is divided into nine sections: inheritance tax, capital gains tax, foreign affairs, trusts, succession, family property, charities, Scotland and residue, each with its own specialist correspondent. It combines both comprehensive coverage on all developments (including case notes, tax tips and traps and Revenue statements), and thoughtful analysis of topical issues by leading commentators. Each year's bound volume serves as an ongoing reference work.

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    EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

    EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD
    Mark Herbert QC, General Editor
    Christopher Whitehouse, Consultant Editor

    Correspondents
    Inheritance Tax
    Chris Whitehouse, Barrister, 5 Stone Buildings

    Family Property
    Naomi Shelton, Associate, Mills & Reeve
    Ania Tarasiewicz, Associate, Mills & Reeve

    Charities
    Mark Herbert QC, Barrister, Pump Court Chambers

    Elder Law
    William Tyzack, Barrister, Queen Elizabeth Building

    EU Matters
    Richard Frimston, Solicitor, Russell-Cooke Solicitors

    Trusts
    Caroline Moss, Special Counsel, Withers LLP

    Succession
    Hugh Cumber, Barrister, 5 Stone Buildings

    International Matters
    Tony Pursall, Partner, Mourant Ozannes

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    CONTACT US

    General Editor 
    Mark Herbert QC
    Pump Court Tax Chambers
    Email: mherbert@pumptax.com

    House Editor
    Lian Boyle 
    Email: lian.boyle@tr.com

    Publisher
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