11 New Square are delighted to announce that Hui Ling McCarthy QC has been shortlisted for Silk of the Year for Tax at this year’s Chambers Bar Awards.
Hui Ling appears regularly in significant, high-value cases. In her first year in Silk, she successfully represented clients in the Supreme Court in three cases: Project Blue, Derry and Telereal Trilium. Hui Ling acts for a range of corporate and private clients in all areas of tax law with an emphasis on corporate and international tax matters, VAT and SDLT. Current corporate and international tax work includes advising on capital allowances, double tax treaty disputes, R&D credits (particularly in the energy sector), the anti-hybrid rules, and issues concerning corporate debt and cross-border lending.
Recent VAT work includes partial exemption issues, single/multiple supply and supply classification issues (particularly the financial services and insurance exemptions), and matters relating to real estate (particularly development, construction and energy-saving materials). Recent private client work includes advising on tax issues concerning sportsmen and event sponsors, entertainers (film and television), partnerships, pensions, investments and remuneration (including IR35 and public sector off-payroll working).