Recent articles

31 July 2017
  • The Commission proposes to strengthen the supervision of fiscal intermediaries (Finance Option N ° 1424, July 24, 2017) Eric GINTER / Eric CHARTIER

The European Commission has recently proposed to the Council a draft directive on the obligation to disclose ‘tax planning arrangements of a potentially aggressive nature having a cross-border dimension’ and to allow automatic exchange between Member States as from 1st January 2019.


  • Constitutionality of tax fines: towards a clarification? (Finance Option N ° 1422, July 10, 2017) Eric GINTER / Eric CHARTIER

The Constitutional Council’s decision on the fine for non-production of the statement on the monitoring of capital gains in deferred taxation raises questions about the criteria for the constitutionality of tax fines.

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20 July 2017

IFA 2017 in Brasilia – Eric Ginter participated to the 71st congress of the International Fiscal Association that took place in Rio de Janeiro from August 27 to  September 1st, 2017. He talked about “Abuse of law : Holcim case and others” Read more


Article in “Business Law”

8 February 2017

Three former Hoche lawyers found Altitude Avocats

Eric Ginter, former partner of Hoche Sociétés d’Avocats, has founded Altitude Avocats, in partnership with Eric Chartier and Julien Bellet, a counsel and associate at Hoche respectively.

The founders have decided to specialize in the taxation of personal property and assets. According to Eric Chartier, “The taxation of natural persons and property has become, within a few years, a specialty in its own right, just like corporate taxation. That’s why Altitude Avocats has decided to devote itself exclusively to this area”.

The firm works for French clients established in France or abroad,

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