David Anderson - PwC Legal
David Anderson
Areas of practice:
  • European Law
  • Tax Law
PwC Legal

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David began his career in law in the Solicitors Office of HM Customs and Excise, where he was employed for just under 10 years. David has extensive experience of the criminal law relating to the prosecution of offenders for drug, customs, VAT and excise offences.

As a partner at McGrigors LLP David specialised in disputes relating to indirect taxes and customs duties. This includes cases relating to taxes and duties such as hydrocarbon oil duty, excise duty, aggregates levy and insurance premium tax, aside from the more commonly occurring litigation on VAT and Customs duties.

He has advised and represented clients on an extremely wide variety of issues and has appeared as an advocate. David has extensive experience of the preparation and conduct of cases in the High Court, Court of Appeal and European Court of Justice.

David's recent experience covers disputes relating to Customs' powers of search and seizure, the VAT liability of affinity credit cards, the classification of whether an entity is a body governed by public law, anti-avoidance issues, statutory interpretation of Customs' power of assessment, dispatches and exports of goods from the UK, inward processing relief, prior export equivalence and classification of non-business activity.

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