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Miranda Cass

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Bristows (Services) Limited

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Tax and charities


Partner advising on all areas of corporate tax and indirect taxes with an emphasis on corporate and commercial transactions (UK and cross-border); commercial property transactions, taxation of employees and incentive schemes; taxation of intellectual property; charities taxation; disputes with HMRC and VAT.

Clients range from entrepreneurs and start-ups to multinational corporations and charitable institutions.

Miranda heads up the Bristows tax practice.


Qualified in 1990; joined Bristows 1995; partner since 1998


French, some German


Charity Law Association; Charity Tax Group; The Law Society; The International Fiscal Association


Perse School for Girls, Cambridge; Jesus College, Cambridge (1986 BA Hons Law; 1990 MA)


Family, tennis, theatre, The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, The Hurlingham Club, . Council member of the Royal Theatrical Support Trust

London: Private client

Charities and not-for-profit

Within: Charities and not-for-profit

The ‘outstanding’ team at Bristows LLP  is known for its particular expertise in advising charities operating principally in the science, engineering and technology sector as well as in the arts and culture arena. It has particular strength in advising charities on all the legal aspects relating to medical research. The ‘brilliantMark Hawes  shows ‘forensic attention to detail and to strategy’ and Miranda Cass  is recommended for her specialism in advising charities on the various taxation issues that they face. Robert Bond serves as a trustee of the South West Grid for Learning – the firm advises it on various commercial, IP/IT and data protection issues. Clients says that Bond ‘has provided exceptional support and advice in particular in relation to data protection and GDPR’. Other key clients include Alzheimer’s Research UK.

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