Tax law is administrative law. There can be many grounds, small or significant, to object to a decision made by the authorities, like an assessment or other decision affecting your position as a taxpayer (e.g. the absence of an abusive aim, or the exemption from an obligation to withholding something). While any objection is the first step in all out litigation, more often than not the objection phase is the final phase. Sometimes fundamental differences in the interpretation of the law, policy matters or a disturbed relationship can bring the taxpayer or the government to continue litigating before the lower court, court of appeal, the Supreme Court or even the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Both my qualifications and my experience allow me to represent you throughout the entire litigation cycle. In matters relating to fraud and criminal law I will typically refer you to or cooperate with another specialist.