Hammad advises on all aspects of indirect tax law, particularly experienced in business taxation including international transactions, commercial litigation, international tax disputes and money laundering. Experienced at in-depth analysis of complex provisions in disputes with the HMRC.

He benefits from his experience of having managed a business which puts him in tune with the needs of the business clients. He was called to bar at The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple in 2010, Hammad later qualified as a solicitor and has since returned to the bar.

He has represented in matters involving, VAT fraud, Excise & Duty penalties, goods detention, seizures and condemnation proceedings, cash forfeiture, HMRC distraint / distress and matters involving classification, origin, customs valuation and other technical issues.

Hammad takes much pride in regularly offering legal advice to charities on a pro-bono basis.

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