Position: Director, Senior Partner Lawyer
Education Background: Law Ph.D., China University of Political Science and Law, Economics Post-doctoral, Central University of Finance and Economics，Visiting Scholar of Columbia University
Qualification Certificate: Lawyer’s license, CPA, CTA
Business Direction: tax dispute resolution, tax consulting, tax consultant, tax criminal defense
Social Work: Director of Fiscal and Taxation Law Professional Committee of All China Lawyers Association, Member of the Expert Committee of Civil and Administrative Litigation Supervision Cases of the Supreme People's Procuratorate, Member of the Expert Committee of the Review of Rules and Regulations of the Ministry of Justice, Distinguished Researcher of Taxation Research Institute of the State Administration of Taxation ,Member of the 5th Youth Federation of Central State Organs, Member of the Legal Advisory Committee of the Chinese Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, Part-time professors of many universities such as Peking University, China University of Political Science and Law, Central University of Finance and Economics, Party School of the State Administration of Taxation, etc.
Resume: Liu Tianyong is one of the earliest professional lawyers involved in the tax law industry in China. The Hwuason Law Firm he founded is the first professional tax law law firm in China.He has been invited as expert to participate in the tax legislation of the NPC, the State Council, the Ministry of Finance and the State administration of taxation. He is the first batch of national tax leaders from the State Administration of Taxation. In recent years, he has represented more than 300 major tax-related administrative cases and criminal cases arising from value-added tax, corporate income tax, personal income tax, consumption tax, land value-added tax, tariff, export tax rebates, etc. He has rich practical experience in the field of tax-related dispute resolution. He successively published "Practice of China Tax Lawyers (1-4 Edition)" (Law Press), "China Tax Law Difficult Case Resolution Practice (1-3 Edition)" (Law Press), "China Tax Lawyers Review (1- 7 volumes)" (Law Press) and more than 10 books.