Lawyer profile for UK 2021
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Prior to joining Stewarts, Victor spent 11 years in the tax litigation group of a Big Four accountancy firm, primarily focusing on VAT and indirect taxation. He has led cases at all levels, including the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), and has successfully acted as an advocate in the Tax Tribunal.
Victor is a specialist in VAT and indirect taxation, as well as the alternate dispute resolution methods used by HMRC. Victor’s expertise in VAT also requires an in-depth understanding of the (current) interaction between EU and UK domestic law.
Victor has acted for many motor manufacturers, high street and investment banks and other financial institutions, as well as major retailers and sporting bodies. Victor’s key cases include GMAC v HMRC and Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club & Ors v HMRC, both in the CJEU.
Victor began his career with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), before moving to Sibley & Co as a trainee solicitor. Subsequently, he was part of KPMG’s tax litigation team for 11 years prior to joining Stewarts.