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Chambers of Kevin Prosser QC

16 BEDFORD ROW, LONDON, WC1R 4EF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7414 8080
Fax:
Fax 020 7414 8099
DX:
312 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
Email:
Web:
www.pumptax.com

Kevin Prosser QC

Tel:
Work 020 7414 8080
Email:
Pump Court Tax Chambers (Chambers of Kevin Prosser QC)

Position

Widely recognised and consulted in all types of revenue work with a particularly strong litigation practice. Cases since 2015 include: UBS Supreme Court (income tax, employment income, tax avoidance); Bristol & West Court of Appeal (corporation tax avoidance, closure notice); Mercedes Benz Court of Appeal (VAT, hire purchase); ING Direct Upper Tribunal (VAT, supplies for consideration); Vaccine Research Upper Tribunal (income tax avoidance, R&D allowances); Bowring Upper Tribunal (CGT avoidance, offshore trust); Blackwell Upper Tribunal (CGT, deductible expenditure); Wakefield College Upper Tribunal (VAT, supplies for consideration).

Career

Called 1982, QC 1996; Recorder 2000-2015, Lincolns Inn Bencher 2005; Deputy High
Court Judge (2008-2015), Head of Chambers (2014 to present).

Member

Revenue Bar Association; London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association.

Education

Broxbourne School; University College, London (1979 LLB); St Edmund Hall, Oxford (1981 BCL); Bar School.


London Bar

Private client: personal tax

Within: Private client: personal tax – Leading silks

Kevin Prosser QC - Pump Court Tax ChambersFirst-rate, without the unattractive traits that can afflict some senior silks.’

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Tax: corporate and VAT

Within: Tax: corporate – Leading silks

Kevin Prosser QC - Pump Court Tax ChambersA clear, concise and client-friendly adviser.’

Within: Tax: VAT – Leading silks

Kevin Prosser QC - Pump Court Tax ChambersNever anything other than superb in his advice and in conference.’

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