Old Square Tax Chambers is an elite set whose members are among the best regarded tax barristers in practice.

We provide independent advice on all areas of tax. We provide assistance in tax disputes of all types and can help taxpayers in all their dealings with HMRC. Members of chambers have appeared in tax litigation from the First-tier Tribunal to the Supreme Court and CJEU. Particular areas in which barristers at Old Square Tax Chambers excel include trusts and estate planning, employee taxation, foreign domiciliaries, corporate taxation, international taxation, VAT and SDLT.

If you wish to discuss instructing one of us or would like further information, our Senior Clerk Tony Hall will be happy to help.

Old Square Tax Chambers
15 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn
London, WC2A 3UE
taxchambers@15oldsquare.co.uk
Tel: (020) 7242 2744
Fax: (020) 7831 8095
DX: LDE 386
Out of Hours: 07817 149 061

RECENT NEWS & EVENTS

Viewpoint: VAT and Tripartite Arrangements ~ Etienne Wong

Etienne Wong was featured in Bloomberg BNA Viewpoints series, a copy of the article can be seen here.

Free Seminar - Tax Planning for the Future: Brexit and other issues

Old Square Tax Chambers are hosting an afternoon seminar on 14 September 2016 where James Kessler Q.C., Rory Mullan and Harriet Brown will be speaking on Tax Planning for the Future: Brexit and other issues.
Please let us know if you wish to attend by emailing seminars@15oldsquare.co.uk.

Hardy v HMRC ~ Rory Mullan

Rory Mullan of Old Square Tax Chambers represented the taxpayer before the Upper Tribunal in Hardy v HMRC. The taxpayer appealed against HMRC’s refusal to allow capital losses in relation to forfeited deposits.
A copy of the decision can be accessed here.

Claims for repayment of VAT and VAT groups

Philip Simpson QC has enjoyed success in the recent case of Taylor Clark Leisure plc v. HMRC [2016] CSIH 54.
The case concerned a claim for repayment of overpaid VAT.

Wellstead v HMRC ~ Rory Mullan

Rory Mullan of Old Square Tax Chambers successfully represented the taxpayer, David Wellstead, in his appeal against HMRC’s refusal to allow capital allowances following his purchase of an industrial building.
A copy of the decision can be accessed here.