Based in the traditional heart of legal London, we are a modern, energetic, forward looking set of expert tax counsel with wide experience of UK and international tax related matters both as advisers and advocates.
We are expert counsel in all areas of tax and between us we have advised clients including governments, multinational enterprises, wealthy individuals, charities, celebrities, tax authorities and small medium and large businesses from all parts of the world on all areas of UK law and all aspects of double taxation and tax related human rights law. We have also represented our clients as expert advocates throughout the UK court system, from top to bottom, as well as in the European Court of Justice, the Privy Council and in courts across the globe.
Although we were formed in 2014, we have over 100 years of experience as tax advisers and advocates. We are affable and approachable, work hard for our clients and aim to give a really top class service.
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We are delighted to announce that Philip Goeth has joined Field Court Tax Chambers.
Mr Goeth has an extensive practice on all aspects of Revenue law, including international tax law, taxation of financial instruments and land transactions. From his many years as a senior partner with a Big-4 Accounting firm, he is also a leading expert in audit and accounting standards as well as financial regulation.
Mr. Goeth’s focus is predominantly advisory, but encompasses enforcement and penalties proceedings in relation to revenue and financial regulatory authorities. He also acts as advisor in commercial and criminal litigation where accounting, valuation and capital markets requirements are in issue, and he is instructed on a frequent basis as independent expert in court proceedings.
Head of Chambers, Mr Patrick Soares says: We are delighted to have Philip as a tenant. He has substantial experience in dealing with issues of complex commercial and financial background and is used to handle cases involving multiple jurisdictions. The width and depth of his knowledge as well as the scope of his practice is a huge asset for Chambers.
Imran Afzal has recently been involved in two very high-profile cases, being Littlewoods v HMRC and Clavis Liberty LLP. Imran was junior counsel to the Revenue in the Supreme Court hearing in Littlewoods where the Government succeeded in the appeal. He was also junior counsel (led by Michael Gibbon QC) in the recent Upper Tribunal appeal in the “Liberty” case. For both of these judgments (and others that Imran has been involved in) please click here.
Legal 500 have recommended Field Court Tax Chambers and its members in the 2017 Directory. For full details see our News page.
Chambers & Partners have recommended Field Court Tax Chambers and its members in the 2018 Directory. For full details see our News page.