Philip Havers QC and Hannah Noyce look at disclosure in PI Focus - May 2020
Hannah has a keen interest in tax law, particularly indirect tax, and intends to build a broad practice in this area. She is a regular contributor to talks and seminars, including a recent presentation on the implications of Brexit for VAT law. As a pupil she assisted members of the indirect tax team with a variety of matters, including those listed below.
- A number of high profile VAT cases, including Case C-126/14 UAB Sveda in the CJEU and HMRC v Pendragon Plc  UKSC 37 in the Supreme Court.
- Advice on a matter involving the valuation of supplies for customs purposes.
- Advice on a challenge to a major company’s VAT treatment based on public law principles, including legitimate expectations.
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1COR represent the Chief Justice of Trinidad & Tobago in an appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council - Jul 2018
Seven 1COR members in landmark Supreme Court case - Jul 2018
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1 Crown Office Row promotes access to the Bar - Jul 2017
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