is a partner who advises clients on a broad range of international and domestic corporate/commercial tax issues, including corporate restructuring, transfer pricing and thin capitalisation, double tax treaty issues, corporate and structured finance projects, M&A and MBOs. He counsels US groups in the structuring of UK and European inbound investments, including in relation to redomiciliations and providing advice on technical issues in the context of revenue investigations and statutory audits. James is particularly adept at advising on IP holding structures. He also helps clients with employment tax issues and tax aspects of private equity transactions.
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