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The Legal 500 2015 said this:

In 2014, Gray’s Inn Tax Chambers moved out of Gray’s Inn to state-of-the-art offices in the City. This was a move that prompted a number of departures, but the new building has been well received by solicitors who ‘love the new premises’ and continue to see the set as ‘one of the best for tax work’. It is strong in private client and corporate tax, both in the UK and internationally. The clerks’ room provides ‘a very good service’, and instructing parties ‘enjoy working with’ Chris Broom, who is ‘invariably cheerful, accommodating and responsive’.

Tax: corporate

David Goldberg KC – ‘He has excellent all-round legal ability, and gains the trust of the client immediately.’ 

Michael Flesch KC – ‘Very experienced and knowledgeable on tax law.’

David Goy KC –  ‘He draws on his experience to offer an insightful perspective.’

Nicola Shaw KC –  ‘A very strong technical lawyer who is also a clear and practical advocate; clients love her.’

Conrad McDonnell – ‘A reputed litigator with a strong advisory practice.’ 

Tax: VAT

David Goy KC – ‘A fantastic attention to detail.’

Nicola Shaw KC – ‘Very good with clients and never intimidated.’ 

Conrad McDonnell – ‘A strong advocate and innovative lawyer.’

Private client: personal tax

David Goldberg KC – ‘An exceptional talent and a thoroughly nice individual to boot.’

Nikhil Mehta ‘Produces excellent technical work in a most commercial way, both in terms of presentation and value for money.’

Laurent Sykes ‘An excellent advocate who can always be relied on to do his best for the client.’

Recent tax cases:

Revenue and Customs v Hotel La Tour Ltd – Court of Appeal
21 May 2024
Lifestyle Equities CV & Anor v Ahmed & Anor – Supreme Court
15 May 2024
Beech Developments (Manchester) Ltd & Ors v Commissioners for His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs – Court of Appeal
09 May 2024
Osmond & Anor v Revenue and Customs – First-tier Tribunal
08 May 2024