Raymond Hill in 50th Case before ECJ

02 Oct 2013 | by Caroline Sweeney

Raymond Hill was recently instructed in his 50th case before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.

Raymond reached this milestone on 2nd October 2013, in which, unusually, he argued two separate cases for the United Kingdom before midday. First, the ATP case relating to the management of defined contribution pension schemes and, secondly, the Bridport case as to whether green fees to play at members’ golf clubs should benefit from the sporting exemption.

Raymond has been involved in many leading VAT and Direct Tax cases before the ECJ such as; LMUK and Baxi, AXA Denplan, Wheels, Deutsche Bank and Fiscale Eenheid PPG. He is available to appear for both the taxpayer and HMRC and the UK Government.