PwC Webcast: ECJ’s judgment on Larentia + Minerva

Photo_RGB_R_IST_D5_8969.jpgFor the many businesses which have been involved in negotiations with their tax authorities concerning VAT recovery by holding companies, the ECJ’s judgment in Larentia + Minerva mbH & Co. KG (C-108/14) will be eagerly awaited. The ECJ diary indicates that the judgment will be published on Thursday 16 July 2015. What will it mean for your business? Will you be in a position to benefit and need to protect your position on time limits? How might your tax authority respond to the decision? Please join our live webinar when a panel of indirect tax experts will provide their insights into the judgement and you will have the opportunity to ask the panels questions during the live webinar.

Joing instructions:

Date:     20 July 2015
Time:    16:00 CET, 10:00 Eastern(New York)

Click on the following LINK to open the webcast registration page.

You may log in starting 15 minutes before the webcast begins, but it will be also recorded for later viewing. Recording can be accessed under the same link or you can find it on

After filling out the registration page, the webcast will open in Internet Explorer to enable you to view the presentation on your desktop and hear audio through your PC speakers. If you are watching the webcast in a group setting, please note that you will need to connect external speakers to the PC that is projecting the webcast to the group. You should *not* view the webcast via computer AND then listen via phone as there will be a delay in the sound.

A recorded version of the webinar will be available afterwards on the same link.

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