Jason Tan Jia Xin is a partner with the tax, customs and trade practice at Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill. Jason’s primary areas of practice are income tax and customs litigation, trade remedy investigations, tax and customs investigations, and trade facilitation. He has been involved in many of the largest income tax and customs disputes before all levels of courts on major points of tax law. The disputes have involved issues on transfer pricing, withholding tax, income recognition, capital allowance, reinvestment allowance, double taxation agreements, deductibility of expenditure, excise valuation and customs procedures.
Jason also represents a sizeable number of manufacturers in local and foreign trade remedy investigations, such as anti-dumping, safeguard duties, countervailing duties and anti-circumvention investigations. He is also particularly active on issues relating to excise duty valuation, import and export controls, customs compliance, international trade regulations, customs valuation, sales and services tax, and customs penalties. Jason is a regular speaker on the tax scene on issues relating to income tax and customs.