Zimbabwe’s tax authorities have accused ABB, one of Switzerland’s most profitable companies, of avoiding $13.4 million in taxes.
Restoring trust into the NHS: promoting data protection as an ‘architecture of custody’ for the sharing of data in direct care
The School of Law’s Dr Subhajit Basu has co-authored an article examining the sharing of NHS health data.
For the past 13 weeks, the School of Law’s Dr Leopoldo Parada and Professor Leandra Lederman (Indiana University Maurer School of Law) have been running the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series.
Professor Pinar Akman was interviewed live on Euronews about the antitrust hearing held by the US Congress on 29 July 2020.
Dr Subhajit Basu and PhD student Natasha Gooden write opinion piece on the role of international law in relation to international inquiry on COVID-19
Following the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent worldwide investigation into the pandemic, international law and its responses have been put into the spotlight.