A Practical Guide to Tax Disputes

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September 2019

This new and completely revised edition is designed to give anybody involved in tax litigation a solid grounding of the relevant law and provide them with practical insights into the best way of preparing for and taking part in a hearing. It focuses on a considerable number of legislative changes that have come into force since the last edition, including accelerated payment notices and follower notices. A new section on criminal practice and procedure gives an important insight into this area.

Adam Craggs is a partner and head of the Tax Disputes Resolution team at RPC LLP. He is an accredited mediator who advises on a wide range of contentious tax issues (direct and indirect), including HMRC enquiries and tax litigation, and can be contacted on adam.craggs@rpc.co.uk

Julian Hickey is a Barrister at 9 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, and an Associate Tenant at St. John's Buildings, Manchester. He is a tax adviser (CTA (Fellow), TEP) and litigator, regularly appearing in the First-tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and High Court. For further information see www.julianhickey.com.

Jonathan Levy is a solicitor with 30 years' experience in the tax resolution field. He advises on a wide range of contentious tax issues before the Tax Tribunals and the Higher Courts. For further information see www.levyandlevy.co.uk


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