Rupert Davies

Year of Call: 2007


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  • 'Rupert has strong advocacy skills combined with a very practical approach. His manner is assured without being arrogant.'

    The Legal 500 (2024) - Chancery, Probate and Tax

Education

University of Cambridge, degree in Natural Sciences, 1st class.
School of Law: Manchester Metropolitan University


Professional Memberships

Personal Injuries Bar Association
Appointed to the Attorney General’s Civil Regional B Panel - 2018
PDSL accredited and International Mediation Institute qualified mediator


  • 'Rupert has strong advocacy skills combined with a very practical approach. His manner is assured without being arrogant.'

    The Legal 500 (2024) - Chancery, Probate and Tax

Rupert has a multidisciplinary practice covering civil law and tax.

Civil law, specialising in personal injury and clinical negligence. Expertise includes matters involving road traffic accidents (including Credit Hire, Low Velocity Impacts, MIB claims, insurance indemnity and fraud), employers’ liability, occupiers’ liability, and public liability.

Taxation with a particular interest in customs duties and excise duties and asset seizure and recovery under the Customs and Excise Management Act. Rupert is regularly instructed by HMRC and the Home Office.

Civil asset forfeiture, predominantly civil cash forfeiture under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Rupert has appeared in inquests, including article 2 and jury inquests, involving: prison deaths and deaths in state custody, suicides, deaths with complex causation involving co-incidental causes, deaths in hospitals, and deaths involving issues of medical negligence or want of proper care.

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Rajeswary v Revenue & Customs [2021] UKFTT 206 (TC)
(March 2021; Judge Perez sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

SC Duvenbeck Logistik SRL v The Director of Border Revenue [2021] UKFTT 319 (TC)
(September 2021; Judge Popplewell sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

Mlekanov v Revenue and Customs [2022] UKFTT 357 (TC)
(September 2022; Tribunal Judge Gething sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

French v Revenue and Customs [2021] UKFTT 401 (TC)
(November 2021; Barrett sitting as Special Commissioner in the First-Tier Tribunals Tax Chamber)

Zobortrans EU S.R.O. v Revenue and Customs [2021] UKFTT 402 (TC)
(November 2021; Judge Gething sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tirbunal Tax Chamber)

Swiecki v Revenue and Customs [2021] UKFTT 407 (TC)
(November 2021; Judge Poon sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber

Turton & Adams v Revenue and Customs [2021] UKFTT 441 (TC)
(November 2021; Judge Staker sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

Brooks v Revenue and Customs [2021] UKFTT 449 (TC)
(December 2021; Judge Manuell sitting as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

Mozer v Revenue and Customs [2021] UKFTT 475 (TC)
(December 2021; Judge Perez sitting as a Judge of the First Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

Millar v Revenue and Customs [2021] UKFTT 481 (TC)
(December 2021; Judge Popplewell sitting as a Judge of the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

Ruske v Revenue and Customs [2022] UKFTT 310 (TC)
(July 2022; Judge Citron sitting as as a Judge in the First-Tier Tribunal Tax Chambers)

Ziomek v Revenue and Customs [2022] UKFTT 444 (TC)
(November 2022; Tribunal Judge Anne Scott sitting as a Judge of the First Tier Tribunal Tax Chamber)

M v C, representing the claimant in a claim arising out of an industrial accident that resulted in a traumatic partial amputation and chronic pain. Claim settled at over £300,000.

Dickinson v Miller, representing the claimant in a claim involving complex causation arguments regarding the onset of degenerative bone disease.

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