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Old Square Tax Chambers Offices
Old Square Tax Chambers
15 OLD SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
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Specialises in both direct and indirect taxes, providing advice on tax planning, dispute resolution and litigation. Cases include Greenalls Management Ltd v HMCE  IWLR 1754 (HL); Howell v Trippier  STC 1245 (CA); HMRC v Loyalty Management Ltd  EWCA Civ 938 (Ch); HMRC v PA Holdings Ltd  EWCA Civ 1414 (CA). Co-author ‘The Interaction of EU Treaty Freedoms and the UK Tax Code’, and contributing author of ‘Tolley’s Property Taxation’.
Called 2000, Gray’s Inn.
Revenue Bar Association; Chancery Bar Association; Chartered Institute of Taxation; Stamp Taxes Practitioners Group.
St Columb’s College, Derry; Magdalene College, Cambridge (MA).
Lawyer Rankings(2021 Silks)Ranked: Tier 1
Old Square Tax Chambers has a particular focus on private client work and advising high-net-worth private clients on a variety of complicated UK and offshore issues. James Kessler QC continues to advise a Greek shipowner whose domicile is being challenged by the HMRC. In another key matter Robert Venables QC is advising on complex issues of residence and the domicile of the appellant in an ongoing matter. Rory Mullan QC, who took silk in 2021, continues to represent the Fisher family in its long running dispute with the HMRC over the tax consequences of the sale of part of the Stan James betting business.