Denmark Says Case Against Tax Co. 'Cries Out' For A Full Trial

By Richard Crump (June 4, 2020, 10:15 PM BST) -- Denmark's tax authority said Thursday its claim that a U.K. tax management company negligently aided an alleged $2 billion fraud against the Danish government "cries out to be tested at trial," telling a London court the case should not be struck out.

Lawyers for Denmark's tax department, known as SKAT, argued at the High Court that it would be inappropriate to dismiss its £500 million ($630 million) negligence claim against Goal Taxback Ltd. because disputed facts and matters that require expert evidence can only be determined at a full trial.

James Goldsmith QC, representing SKAT, said there are "too many factual...

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