James specialises in all aspects of corporate tax including the tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, reorganisations and reconstructions and investment funds and also tax issues relating to financing transactions, such as securitisations and structured finance. James has a particular focus on the real estate sector. His experience covers a broad range of real estate and real estate finance transactions, including providing tax advice in relation to the establishment and operation of real estate funds, joint ventures and other structures for real estate developments and investments.
Chambers & Partners 2020 recognises James as a leading individual, stating that “clients characterise James Burton as "exceptionally clever and incredibly practical," and note that "he's all about finding solutions."
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Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2004
MA, Politics, University of Edinburgh, 2000
Post Graduate Diploma, Law, City University London, 2001
Publications: 05 October 2023
Fundamental changes to the international tax framework are having an impact on deal structures, modelling and financial cash flows. And there are further developments on the horizon.
Publications: 20 July 2023
Publications: 17 July 2023