Dominic Stuttaford > Norton Rose Fulbright > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Norton Rose Fulbright
3 MORE LONDON RIVERSIDE
LONDON
SE1 2AQ
England

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > Corporate tax

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s tax expertise encompasses the range of corporate and finance transactions, drawing on strong and wide-ranging sector expertise, including in the niche areas of new technology and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), renewable energy and Islamic Finance.  Dominic Stuttaford is head of tax for Europe, Middle East, Asia and Brazil, and is focused on M&A transactions and corporate re-organisations, with a particular emphasis on the insurance, banking and technology sectors. Associate Judy Harrison has expertise in tax matters for financial institutions and clients in the transport, technology and energy sectors. In 2019, Angela Savin left the department to join KPMG United Kingdom, however the group gained Michael Alliston as a partner from Herbert Smith Freehills LLP.

London > Dispute resolution > Tax litigation and investigations

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s active practice includes tax investigations. negotiations with authorities, tax tribunals, public law remedies, as well as tax governance and risk management issues, particularly in relation to new corporate criminal offences of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion. The team is led by tax all-rounder Dominic Stuttaford, who is a highly experienced litigator. Angela Savin left the team for KPMG United Kingdom in December 2018.

London > Corporate and commercial > VAT and indirect tax

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s European VAT group is led by Chris Bates, and is part of the firm’s broader tax team which is led by Dominic Stuttaford. In addition to supporting the transactional practice groups, it also has an active standalone practice, which includes VAT treatment disputes with HMRC. Other areas of expertise include advising on the importation of high-value assets, including private jets, yachts, commercial aircraft and supply chain inventories.