Tamara is an experienced Civil & Regulatory practitioner and advocate in the High Court, county courts and tribunals.
Tamara is therefore ideally placed to tackle a broad range of matters including those complex cases, which require a multi-faceted approach and diverse knowledge. Her clients range from private individuals to companies as well as a number of foreign Royal Families.
Tamara is a contributing author to Mitchell, Talbot & Taylor’s practitioner work on “Confiscation and Civil Recovery – Proceeds of Crime” (Sweet & Maxwell). She has published a number of articles in Taxation Journal, Taxation Magazine and Property Law. Her work has been referred to in the Tiley & Collison: UK Tax Guide and in Simon’s Direct Tax Service.
Tamara has been involved in various commercial disputes and litigation including; breaches of contract, negligence, fraud, misrepresentation, duress, undue influence, constructive trusts, professional negligence, FSM. She has particular experience of obtaining injunctions and freezing orders.
Tamara has vast experience of all forms of Property law representing landlords and tenants as well as Lenders in proceedings ranging from standard possession claims to more complex issues of art 8 and unreasonableness, undue influence in mortgage fraud (Ertridge), Judicial Review and reasonableness of action on the part of social housing authorities, co-habitee and family resulting / constructive Trusts, injunctions and applications under s91 of the LPA 1925 to the High Court for orders for sale in mortgage possession proceedings.
Having worked alongside HMRC staff for a number of years, Tamara is ideally placed to advise upon strategy in HMRC or NCA investigations and has wide experience of representing taxpayers, companies and individuals in all kinds of tax and VAT disputes for alleged fraudulent / negligent conduct including related Penalties and Enforcement proceedings including tax injunctions.
Tamara’s recent insolvency work includes, successfully setting aside and/or defending statutory demands and defending bankruptcy petitions including appeals of annulment applications; resisting the presentation of winding up petitions and obtaining indemnity costs on behalf of a number of corporate client.
Tamara has extensive knowledge and experience of Money laundering law, Confiscation, Cash Forfeiture, Search and Seizure, Civil Recovery and unrivalled experience and skill in Part 6 of Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (“POCA”).
Tamara has won a number of immigration cases, with a Human Rights element, which includes a case in Strasbourg on art 6.
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