Qualified as a solicitor: 1994
Education: MA (Oxon); CTA (Fellow)
Anne Fairpo is a senior tax lawyer who has substantial and diverse experience of tax matters gained both within law and accounting practices. Anne was called to the bar in 2009 after 15 years as a solicitor; her experience and expertise covers UK and international corporate tax planning and disputes, acting for a range of clients from small owner-managed businesses to listed multinationals. Anne also has a particular interest in intellectual property taxation and UK-US cross-border tax planning, with regard to both direct and indirect tax matters.
Taxation of Intellectual Property, 3rd Ed. Bloomsbury (2011), 2nd Ed. (2009) and 1st Ed. (2002)
Copinger on Copyright (tax chapter), Sweet & Maxwell (2011)
Tax Planning for High-Technology Businesses (co-author), Tolleys (1999)
Articles (1998-present) for a range of publications including; Tax Planning International, TPI:eCommerce, Times of India, Tax Practitioner, Tax Journal (including Budget update articles), Tolley’s Practical Tax and Simon’s Weekly Tax Briefing on UK and international tax matters, including transfer pricing and the Portuguese electronic VAT invoicing legislation.
Tiley & Collison’s UK Tax Guide 2010-2011, LexisNexis (editor, corporate tax and international tax)
Red Book 2009-2010 (technical editor), CCH
Tolley’s Tax Planning (chapter on taxation of intellectual property), Tolleys (annually, 2002-present)
Tiley & Collison’s UK Tax Guide 2009-2010, LexisNexis (editor, corporate tax)
International Taxation of Intellectual Property, BNA International, 2009 (editor and contributor)
IP tax news on twitter - @iptax
Recent conference papers include:
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