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Tax: Contentious
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Provided by Adam Craggs

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Heading up RPC's Tax Disputes offering, Adam Craggs has over 30 years' experience in the contentious tax and white collar crime field.

An accredited mediator, Adam advises on a wide range of contentious tax issues (direct and indirect taxes), including HMRC enquiries and litigation before the Tax Tribunals/ Higher Courts, and white collar crime investigations.

During his career, he spent 16 years in the Solicitor's Office at HMRC, where he provided legal advice on a large number of high-profile civil and criminal cases.

Career

Trained Rubinstein Callingham (now Penningtons Manches LLP); qualified 1990; senior legal officer HMRC Solicitor’s Office 1990-2007; partner RPC 2010.

Professional Memberships

International Fiscal Association.

Publications

Adam is the co-author of Tolley's 'A Practical Guide to Tax Appeals' and a contributor to 'Whiteman & Sherry on Income Tax' and 'Whiteman & Sherry on Capital Gains Tax'. He is also the author of a number of guidance notes written for Tolley's 'Online Guidance' and the author of two practice notes written for PLC on alternative dispute resolution in tax disputes and criminal prosecutions for tax fraud.

Adam writes and lectures widely on tax matters and is a regular contributor to RPC's Tax blog, Tax Take.

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Tax: Contentious: Fraud - UK-wide
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Band 1

Adam Craggs is well known for assisting clients facing charges of VAT and PAYE-related tax fraud. He has extensive experience representing high net worth individuals and senior executives.


Tax: Contentious - UK-wide
2
Band 2

Adam Craggs is head of tax disputes at RPC and, prior to private practice, worked for HMRC. He is able to bring his inside knowledge of the tax authority to his work on VAT and SDLT disputes.

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