is a partner in the tax, trade and wealth management practice. He focuses on tax disputes and controversies, and handles all aspects of tax litigation. Jason regularly appears before the national courts and tax tribunals, representing clients on landmark tax disputes and precedent-setting cases. He has advised clients on a wide spectrum of issues, including anti-avoidance, transfer pricing, stamp duty, real property gains tax, customs duty, indirect taxes, deductibility of capital and income expenses, and withholding tax. He has a portfolio of clients from a wide range of industries, including pharmaceutical, logistics, manufacturing, and oil and gas.
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