ジョナサン ピーコック。 Jonathan Peacock QC

Jonathan Peacock QC

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Called 1987 Silk 2001 Jonathan has a broad tax practice, advising both corporate and individual taxpayers on direct and indirect tax matters. He is a leading advocate in the tax field and regularly appears in the appellate courts in the most significant tax cases. During his time in practice he has advised the full range of clients — from high net worth individuals, settled estates, entrepreneurs, start-ups, established multi-nationals, small businesses, sole traders, charities, housing associations, trade unions and their members, pensioners, and local government bodies to central Government Departments. He has advised on all the different types of taxes levied in the UK and quite a few levied in other countries around the world. He has been instructed in tax related arbitrations and as an advocate, adviser and expert witness in overseas litigation in jurisdictions as far afield as Jersey, Tanzania, Mauritius and the USA. He has also advised on matters of non-UK tax law, typically in common law countries where the provisions are based on UK law and UK law has some persuasive effect e. Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey, Hong Kong and Singapore. Jonathan also has experience of advising on non-UK energy and mining assets in Africa, Asia, Gulf of Mexico and South America. Sports tax matters — Jonathan has broad expertise, both as an adviser and as an advocate, in relation to sport governing bodies, professional and amateur clubs, sponsorship, stadium developments, club financing, player remuneration and image rights. Betting and gaming, especially the indirect tax treatment of gambling, both online and offline. Real estate development in the UK, both as regards corporation tax and SDLT. Jonathan has a current focus on the employment, self-employment divide, particularly in the media industry. He also has broad experience of asset management particularly hedge funds and open-ended and closed funds. The tax aspects of criminal and regulatory investigations. Jonathan frequently appears in courts and tribunals in the UK and Europe including the UK Supreme Court, the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights on tax matters and has acted both for and against the UK Government in tax avoidance cases. Jonathan has led seminars on the Oxford University BCL and Master in Law and Finance courses, is a member of the External Faculty for the Oxford MSc in Taxation course and is the author of numerous articles and several books on aspects of revenue law. Member of the TRIBUTE panel of international tax arbitration experts: Chairman of the Revenue Bar Association 2013-2016. Bencher of the Middle Temple. Education Corpus Christi College, Oxford 1983-1986 : Law Moderations, Distinction, Finals, First Class Honours. Middle Temple Senior Scholar. Possesses a super brain and an encyclopaedic knowledge of tax law. He has a wonderful ability to communicate and explain his case very simply and persuasively. Has an excellent feel for big-picture strategy and is very good with clients. He has very good judgement and a good rapport with the Tribunal and the courts. He has a real command of the court and a really good eye for strategy, and for how to play the hearing. He also works very, very hard. He has a huge amount of gravitas. He works high-stakes and stressful conferences very astutely and is very thorough. He is very, very clever, provides excellent advice to the clients and is a very good advocate. Very collaborative and also very good in court, where he presents his arguments in a crisp, logical manner. He can unravel a complex problem and distil it in very simple terms. He is logical and coherent and his advice is as digestible as it possibly can be. — holiday home development and application of abuse of rights principle. — VAT financial services exemption for payment processing. All Rights Reserved. Barristers in England and Wales are regulated by the Bar Standards Board, 289-293 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7HZ. All Rights Reserved. Barristers in England and Wales are regulated by the Bar Standards Board, 289-293 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7HZ.

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Called 1987 Silk 2001 Jonathan has a broad tax practice, advising both corporate and individual taxpayers on direct and indirect tax matters. He is a leading advocate in the tax field and regularly appears in the appellate courts in the most significant tax cases. During his time in practice he has advised the full range of clients — from high net worth individuals, settled estates, entrepreneurs, start-ups, established multi-nationals, small businesses, sole traders, charities, housing associations, trade unions and their members, pensioners, and local government bodies to central Government Departments. He has advised on all the different types of taxes levied in the UK and quite a few levied in other countries around the world. He has been instructed in tax related arbitrations and as an advocate, adviser and expert witness in overseas litigation in jurisdictions as far afield as Jersey, Tanzania, Mauritius and the USA. He has also advised on matters of non-UK tax law, typically in common law countries where the provisions are based on UK law and UK law has some persuasive effect e. Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey, Hong Kong and Singapore. Jonathan also has experience of advising on non-UK energy and mining assets in Africa, Asia, Gulf of Mexico and South America. Sports tax matters — Jonathan has broad expertise, both as an adviser and as an advocate, in relation to sport governing bodies, professional and amateur clubs, sponsorship, stadium developments, club financing, player remuneration and image rights. Betting and gaming, especially the indirect tax treatment of gambling, both online and offline. Real estate development in the UK, both as regards corporation tax and SDLT. Jonathan has a current focus on the employment, self-employment divide, particularly in the media industry. He also has broad experience of asset management particularly hedge funds and open-ended and closed funds. The tax aspects of criminal and regulatory investigations. Jonathan frequently appears in courts and tribunals in the UK and Europe including the UK Supreme Court, the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights on tax matters and has acted both for and against the UK Government in tax avoidance cases. Jonathan has led seminars on the Oxford University BCL and Master in Law and Finance courses, is a member of the External Faculty for the Oxford MSc in Taxation course and is the author of numerous articles and several books on aspects of revenue law. Member of the TRIBUTE panel of international tax arbitration experts: Chairman of the Revenue Bar Association 2013-2016. Bencher of the Middle Temple. Education Corpus Christi College, Oxford 1983-1986 : Law Moderations, Distinction, Finals, First Class Honours. Middle Temple Senior Scholar. Possesses a super brain and an encyclopaedic knowledge of tax law. He has a wonderful ability to communicate and explain his case very simply and persuasively. Has an excellent feel for big-picture strategy and is very good with clients. He has very good judgement and a good rapport with the Tribunal and the courts. He has a real command of the court and a really good eye for strategy, and for how to play the hearing. He also works very, very hard. He has a huge amount of gravitas. He works high-stakes and stressful conferences very astutely and is very thorough. He is very, very clever, provides excellent advice to the clients and is a very good advocate. Very collaborative and also very good in court, where he presents his arguments in a crisp, logical manner. He can unravel a complex problem and distil it in very simple terms. He is logical and coherent and his advice is as digestible as it possibly can be. — holiday home development and application of abuse of rights principle. — VAT financial services exemption for payment processing. All Rights Reserved. Barristers in England and Wales are regulated by the Bar Standards Board, 289-293 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7HZ. All Rights Reserved. Barristers in England and Wales are regulated by the Bar Standards Board, 289-293 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7HZ.

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