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Mishcon de Reya LLP

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AFRICA HOUSE, 70 KINGSWAY, LONDON, WC2B 6AH, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 3321 7000
Fax:
Fax 020 7404 5982
DX:
37954 KINGSWAY
Email:
Web:
www.mishcon.com
London, New York

Jonathan Legg

Tel:
Work 020 3321 7092
Email:
Web:
www.mishcon.com/people/jonathan_legg
Mishcon de Reya LLP

Work Department

Real Estate Taxation

Position

Jonathan is a Partner in the Real Estate department and has experience in all areas of corporate tax, with an emphasis on property investment, development, finance and funds work. He acts for a variety of institutional clients, investors, developers, local authorities and charities, advising on both direct and indirect taxes (including Stamp Duty Land Tax and VAT).

Career

Qualified 2001, Slaughter & May; solicitor, Lawrence Graham LLP 2002-10; partner, Mishcon de Reya 2010.

Member

Chartered Institute of Taxation; VAT Practitioners Group; Stamp Taxes Practitioners Group.

Education

Merton College, Oxford; College of Law, York.

Leisure

Football, cricket, skiing.


London: Corporate and commercial

Corporate tax

Within: Corporate tax

Mishcon de Reya LLP's advisory- and transaction-focused team has deep expertise in property tax, advising on all aspects of real estate investment, including student accommodation. Many of  these matters are led by department co-head Jonathan Legg. In addition, the team has experience in insurance-sector deals and fund formation taxation. John Skoulding, who is the other co-head, focuses on transactional advice around domestic and international M&A, fund formations and corporate restructurings and reorganisations. Gary Richards is noted for tax planning and transaction structuring.

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