worked in tax firms in New Zealand and the UK before joining OSBC. In London, he worked with Deloitte and Pinsent Masons on high-profile tax disputes such as the Marks & Spencer and Icebreaker cases before returning to New Zealand to specialise in tax controversy. Sam has acted as counsel with Geoffrey Clews in matters before the New Zealand and Cook Islands courts, and closely assists Geoffrey in all aspects of his work. He is a member of the New Zealand branch of IFA, and edited the chapter on tax disputes in New Zealand Taxation: Principles, Cases and Questions.
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