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Assistant Manager - Legal Services - Tax Disputes Lawyer

Assistant Manager - Legal Services - Tax Disputes Lawyer

  • KPMG is part of a global network of firms that offers Audit, Tax & Pensions, Consulting, Deal Advisory and Technology services. Through the talent of over 16,000 colleagues, we bring our creativity and insight to our clients’ most critical challenges.
  • With offices across the UK, we work with everyone from small start-ups and individuals to major multinationals, in virtually every industry imaginable.
  • Your responsibilities will include, helping the team with the following service offerings: (i) Early legal and technical input into potential disputes with HMRC.(ii) Reviewing a variety of ideas and situations and appraising for litigation risk. (iii) Litigation in the Tax Tribunals, High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and ECJ.
  • You will be a litigation lawyer with experience in litigation and/or tax dealing with commercial clients.
  • You will be able to demonstrate your ability to build relationships with across KPMG or with clients. Good relationship building skills and organisation skills are a must.


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