Challenging HMRC decisions by way of Judicial Review: pointers and pitfalls?
In this interactive webinar, the panel will share practical tips on commencing and managing a judicial review against HMRC, with a particular focus on the jurisdictional issues that arise when seeking to commence proceedings. This webinar is aimed at accountants and tax advisers.
Event date: 31 January 2022
Duration: 1 hour
Event time: 12:00
Event type: Webinar
Provided by: RPC
- What is judicial review
- Use of judicial review in a tax context (how/when/why?);
- The jurisdictional issues that arise;
- Practical tips for managing judicial review;
- Case law examples of judicial review in a tax context – lessons to learn?
Robert Waterson is a Partner at RPC, specialising in tax disputes, regulatory investigations and public law challenges. He acts for a broad range of clients from FTSE100 companies and high net worth individuals to SMEs and not-for-profit organisations.
Michelle Sloane is a Partner at RPC, specialising in the resolution of tax disputes and financial crime. She advises both corporates and individuals on complex tax enquiries, appeals to the Tax Tribunals, judicial review and criminal investigations.
Constantine Christofi is a Senior Associate at RPC and has assisted clients in both civil and criminal litigation against HMRC. He advises corporates and high net worth individuals on all aspects of corporate and personal tax, and has extensive experience in challenging HMRC decisions on public law grounds by way of judicial review.
Saima Hanif QC is a barrister at 3 Verulam Buildings specialising in public law, financial services and regulatory law, with particular expertise in claimant judicial reviews.