Oliver has a broad litigation practice, with a specific focus on: asset forfeiture and the proceeds of crime; commercial fraud; indirect tax; and public & regulatory law.
His strong interpersonal skills, candid advice and robust advocacy have allowed him to forge solid working relationships, making him a popular choice with solicitors and clients alike.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Oliver worked for a West End firm and at the Solicitor’s Office of H.M. Revenue & Customs in VAT & Excise Litigation.
He is Direct Access accredited and in the appropriate circumstances is happy to accept instructions on this premise.
For further information please see his specialist profiles.
Oliver is a contributor to the 4th edition of Millington and Sutherland Williams on the Proceeds of Crime, Oxford University Press.
Outside of law, Oliver is very passionate about sport and has a particular interest in rugby, as a player, coach and spectator. His other interests include; skiing, travel, theatre and cooking.
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