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Tax: The Bar (The Bar) — New Zealand

Band 1

Thorndon Chambers

From the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide

Lindsay McKay of Thorndon Chambers has a long-standing reputation among market sources as a prolific and "pre-eminent tax barrister" in New Zealand. Lauded by additional commentators as "exceptionally well regarded," he especially wins acclaim for his experience of anti-avoidance cases.

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Band 2

Old South British Chambers

From the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide

Geoffrey Clews of Old South British Chambers is "very well regarded" by sources, who report that he is a "safe pair of hands and has good judgement." He is noted for his activity on trust matters, with experience in handling tax disputes for both individuals and companies. He often represents high net worth clients on tax evasion and anti-corruption matters.

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Band 2

Harleys Chambers

From the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide

Geoff Harley of Harleys Chambers is a respected tax barrister, earning praise from market sources as a "good operator." He is noted for his work on trust disputes, handling a steady load of contentious tax mandates.

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Band 2

Stout Street Chambers

From the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide

Mike Lennard of Stout Street Chambers has a "rising profile" in the market, according to sources. He is particularly recognised for his work on tax evasion disputes, often representing taxpayers in criminal proceedings. 

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Band 3

Denham Martin

From the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide

Auckland-based Denham Martin of Denham Martin attracts praise from sources as "always forceful and passionate about what he does." He is well versed in handling tax and trust matters, with commentators noting his work for high net worth individuals.

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Band 3

Barristers.Comm

From the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide

David McLay of Barristers.Comm is recognised among commentators for a busy practice in the trust and charity law spaces, often advising overseas clients on structuring matters. He is particularly knowledgeable about GST and income tax regulations.

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