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PwC Legal recruits Freshfields' tax litigation expert

PwC Legal recruits Freshfields' tax expert Ebrahim Ali to handle clients' tax litigation

Ebrahim Ali has joined
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Legal’s
tax ligitation team.

The solicitor will be responsible for advising and representing the firm’s
clients in MHRC investigation and tax litigation.

He joins from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s tax department where he
specialised in dispute resolution.

Prior to that he was head of tax litigation at the HM Revenue and Customs
Solicitor’s Office where he had overall responsibility for advising on tax
investigation cases, major transfer pricing disputes and EU and other tax
litigation.

‘The growth of the tax litigation team is ongoing, in line with the growth in
client work,’ Agnes Quashie, partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal.

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