Members of Chambers practise exclusively in all aspects of direct and indirect tax. Practice in this area requires a thorough knowledge of other areas of the law including: company, trust, contract, land, international and conflict of laws - all of which are frequently encountered in our practice.
See below for a more detailed account of what we do:
Members of Chambers appear in all types of tax litigation, both for and against the Government, in all of the tax tribunals and higher Courts of the UK, and in other jurisdictions, as well as in the European Courts of Justice and Human Rights.
We can advise generally on all taxes and duties, both direct and indirect. We can consider the tax effects of past and future transactions, and we pride ourselves on providing practical advice that is legally precise and commercially sound.
Members of Chambers advise upon the tax-efficient structuring of transactions as well as more general tax planning for taxpayers ranging from large multinational companies and groups to private individuals and estates.
Our work often involves detailed consideration of EC law and the European Convention on Human Rights. We also advise on the fiscal laws of other jurisdictions (including Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, India and the Channel Islands).