R(M.Sport Limited v HMRC)  (Court of Appeal)
Appearing in the Court of Appeal with Robert Vewnables QC on behalf of the taxpayer in a costs dispute following the issue and withdrawal of a follower notice and accelerated payment notice by HMRC.
HMRC v Embiricos  UKUT 370 (TCC)
Appearing with James Kessler QC before the The First Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunals, in regard to the scope of the Partial Closure Notice regime introduced by Finance (No2) Act 2017.
R(Zeeman and Murphy) v HMRC  EWHC 794
Appearing in the High Court with Robert Venables QC on behalf of the taxpayer in a claim for judicial review of the controversial 2019 loan charges introduced by Finance (No2) Act 2017.
Golamreza Qolaminejite (aka Anthony Cooper) v HMRC TC/2017/03158
Appearing in the Upper Tribunal for the appellant on 5 issues which went against the taxpayer in the FTT, on grounds including that the standard of proof was incorrectly applied and that the Revenue are not permitted to bring contradictory cases against taxpayers in respect of the same transaction.
R(Crickmore Parks Ltd) v HMRC C)/83/2020
Appearing before Lewis LJ on a successful application to bring judicial review of an accelerated payment notice issued to the the taxpayer.
R(Westland Horticulture) v HMRC C1/2021/0236
Appearing with Etienne Wong in an application to bring Judicial Review of the decision of HMRC to diss apply a VAT policy to the taxpayer
Michael Brown v HMRC TC/2018/07808
In an appeal to the First Tier Tribunal against an assessment in respect of SDLT planning, Ross successfully defeated both the Revenue’s claim that the appeal was 4 years out of time, and their assertion that because the same planning had already been defeated in Geering v Revenue and Customs Commissioners  UKFTT 233 (TC) the taxpayer’s case was unarguable.
Robing Duttson v HMRC TC/2019/05158
Ross successfully defended the taxpayer in a VAT dispute about the classification of a supply of an pre-fabricated art studio.
Andrew Brown BR-2018-001017
Ross successfully applied for the Bankruptcy of the debtor to be annulled and the petition dismissed.
Leonard v Bates 
Appearing in the county court on behalf of the defendant conveyancing solicitor, in a claim for professional negligence