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Slaughter and May

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Dominic advises on all areas of UK corporate tax law, including: transaction structuring and other tax aspects of takeovers, acquisitions, joint ventures and other corporate finance transactions; tax enquiries and disputes, including multi-issue interventions with HM Revenue & Customs; tax consultancy advice on group reorganisations, controlled foreign companies, transfer pricing, asset-backed pension contributions, patent box and other IP tax matters.


Trained Slaughter and May; qualified 2006; partner 2014.

Co-editor of the Transfer Pricing Law Review


St Aloysius’ College, Glasgow; Glasgow and Oxford Universities (LLB, BCL).

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London > Corporate and commercial > Corporate tax

(Next Generation Partners)

Dominic RobertsonSlaughter and May

Slaughter and May‘s notable strength in depth enables it to advise on the full spectrum of transactional tax matters and securitisations, as well as offering strategic advice on restructurings and international tax issues across a range of sectors, including private equity, real estate, retail,  energy and manufacturing. The department is led by Sara Luder, who has substantial experience in contentious and non-contentious issues. Steve Edge is another key name and is often instructed in transatlantic matters. Dominic Robertson, whose ‘technical knowledge is second-to-none‘ is noted for his experience advising clients in the technology space.

London > Dispute resolution > Tax litigation and investigations

Slaughter and May‘s strong tax disputes department handles the full spectrum of contentious tax work (including cross-border disputes), in addition to assisting non-contentious tax clients with continuous disclosure regimes, governance and reputational risk matters. The team also has niche expertise in the technology sector; advising UK and non-UK headquartered multinational companies in relation to transfer pricing and diverted profits tax issues. Dominic Robertson and Richard Jeens jointly lead the team, which includes dispute resolution head Sarah Lee, investigations specialist James Stacey and Sarah Blakelock who joined the team as a consultant from KPMG United Kingdom in 2018.