Ingenious Media win £64m trading losses claim in appeal ruling

Mark Battersby
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Ingenious Media companies behind a film finance scheme scored a win in their complex fight against Britain's tax authority after an appeals court ruled Wednesday (4 August) that they were profit-seeking businesses for tax purposes, opening the door to reviving a £64m slice of the dispute, Law 360 has reported. The Court of Appeal has allowed two appeals from limited liability partnerships used by Ingenious Media PLC and its subsidiaries to back entertainment projects — including blockbuster films "Avatar" and "Die Hard 4. " The appeals court on Wednesday reinstated a judgment made by ...

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