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Private Client Tax Update & Question Time

Webinar - 11.15am - 12.15pm,  21st June, LIVE & On Demand

Presented by Oliver Marre, Tax Barrister, 15 Old Square Chambers, Tax

-          Recent inheritance tax cases

-          Agricultural property relief: what qualifies

-          Business proper relief: what qualifies

-          Seeking relief for mixed businesses

-          Business property relief and LLPs.

About our presenter

Oliver can be instructed to undertake litigation and give advice in all areas of taxation and trusts law. He regularly acts for taxpayers (both private clients and companies) and has been instructed by the governments of Commonwealth countries and British Overseas Territories. He is ranked as a leading barrister in the Legal 500 (2016) and was named as a rising star by Taxation magazine (2016) and Acquisition International’s junior tax barrister of the year (2017).

Oliver is the co-author of the 9th and 10th editions of Taxation of Charities and Non-Profit Organisations, most recently published in September 2015. He is the online moderator of The Taxation of Non-Residents and Foreign Domiciliaries by James Kessler QC. He has written the chapters on divorce/separation and High Net Worth private client taxation for the forthcoming edition of Tolley’s Tax Planning.

As well as litigating before the First-tier and Upper Tax Tribunals, Oliver has appeared in relation to tax and trusts matters in the Court of Appeal, the Chancery Division and the Family Division of the High Court and before the Central Family Court.


Webinar Details

FIle type = mp4 (with MS Power Point Slides)

Runtime = 35 minutes

CPD = 1 Hour

Watching this webinar will help solicitors meet the following requirements set out in the Statement of Solicitor Competence

A2 - Maintain competence and legal knowledge

A4 - Draw on detailed knowledge/understanding

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