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 Cliff Holland will be happy to help.
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An All-Day Two-Part Seminar at The Law Society’s Hall, London WC2A
Wednesday March 14th 2018
Delegates may register for either or both parts.
Robert Venables QC, James Kessler QC, Rory Mullan, Harriet Brown, Setu Kamal and Sarah Squires, all of Old Square Tax Chambers will be speaking.
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***FULLY SUBSCRIBED*** Free Seminar - The GAAR, DOTAS and Accelerated Payments Notices - Recent Developments in Legislation, Case Law and HMRC Practice - 30 January 2018***FULLY SUBSCRIBED***
Old Square Tax Chambers will be hosting an afternoon seminar on 30 January 2018 where Robert Venables Q.C., Patrick Cannon and Mary Ashley will be speaking on The GAAR, DOTAS and Accelerated Payments Notices - Recent Developments in Legislation, Case Law and HMRC Practice.
The seminar is to be held from 4.00 pm to 6.15 pm in The Old Hall, Lincoln’s Inn.
Please let us know if you wish to attend by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and do feel free to inform any colleagues who might be interested in joining us.
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*This article was first published in the 15 December 2017 issue of the Tax Journal, and is reproduced with the kind permission of the publishers. All rights reserved