Published on 24 Mar 01
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
Topics covered in this convention paper include:
- Analysis of the current interpretation of Part IVA, including the new definition of tax benefit
- A practical guide to assessing anti-avoidance issues in planning with tax reform
- The group reorganisation - can complying with tax legislation itself create unsuspected anti-avoidance problems?
The Hon. Tony Pagone was appointed to the Federal Court of Australia in June 2013. Prior to this appointment, he was a judge of the Trial Division and had been the judge in charge of the Commercial Court of the Supreme Court of Victoria. Justice Pagone graduated from Monash University in 1979 with a Bachelor of Laws and from Cambridge University with a Master of Laws (First Class Hons) in 1983. He was admitted as a practitioner in 1980 and signed the roll of counsel in 1985. Justice Pagone was appointed Queen’s Counsel for Victoria in 1996. During his career at the Bar, Justice Pagone practised widely in taxation law, commercial law, administrative law, constitution law, public and human rights law. He was also a part-time member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Special Counsel to the Australian Taxation Office. In 2014, he obtained an LLD from the University of Melbourne for his contribution to scholarship in the field of anti-tax avoidance. He teaches regularly in tax in the University of Melbourne graduate program.
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19 May 2017