Jennifer Newstead Taylor

Year of Call: 2003


Education

BA English Studies, University of Nottingham First Class
MA Nineteenth Century Culture & Society, University of Nottingham
PgDip Law, University of West England, Distinction
BVC University of the West of England, Very Competent
Prince of Wales Scholarship


Professional Memberships

Chancery Bar Association
Northern Circuit
Northern Circuit Commercial Bar Association
Appointed to the Attorney General’s Civil Regional A Panel - 2007, 2012 & 2018


Jennifer Newstead Taylor specialises in Business and Property with a specific emphasis on Insolvency, Tax and Commercial Litigation.

Insolvency
Jennifer has a wide range of advisory and advocacy experience in both personal and corporate insolvency.

Corporate Insolvency setting aside statutory demands, contested winding up petitions, injunctions restraining presentation and/or advertisement of petitions, transaction avoidance, s.216 applications (prohibited names), administration orders and extensions of administration orders and directors disqualifications.

Personal Insolvency bankruptcy orders following failed IVAs, contested bankruptcy petitions, annulment applications, suspensions of discharge, bankruptcy restriction orders, orders for possession and sale and transaction avoidance.

Tax
Jennifer conducts interim and final MTIC tribunal hearings and successfully represented the Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs in the case of:
H S Tank & Sons Ltd v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2012) [2013] UKFTT 777 (TC)

She also undertakes VAT tribunal hearings on substantive issues and costs.

Commercial
Jennifer’s commercial practice involves advisory and advocacy work across all aspects of the commercial arena. Jennifer regularly acts in contractual disputes ranging from banking disputes, the sale and supply of goods, construction contracts, debt and consumer credit.


Away from work, Jennifer enjoys literature, theatre, cinema and sport although her young children ensure that most of her ‘free’ time is otherwise occupied.

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JLM Global Foods Ltd v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2016)
[2016] UKFTT 304 (TC)

Andrew Scullion v Revenue & Customs Commissioners sub nom Andrew Scullion v Director of Border Revenue (2016)
[2016] UKFTT 111 (TC)

Mark Littler v Director of Border Revenue (2016)
[2016] UKFTT 94 (TC)

Leicester Express Logstics Ltd v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2015)
[2015] UKFTT 476 (TC)

Armstrong v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2014)
[2014] UKFTT 720 (TC)

H S Tank & Sons Ltd v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2012)
[2013] UKFTT 777 (TC)

Peter Taylor v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2012)
[2012] UKFTT 588 (TC)

The Hira Company Ltd v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2012)
[2012] UKFTT 610 (TC)

Begum v Gerrard
[2006] BPIR 1351, ChD

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