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Managing tax disputes in a changing environment paper


This paper covers:

  • evidence - A question of proof
  • an enhanced relationship - Theory, practice and implementation
  • proof and dispute resolution In an enhanced relationship.

Author profiles

Amber Agustin FTI
Amber Agustin, FTI, is a Partner at Clayton Utz and leads the Melbourne Tax Practice. Amber specialises in revenue litigation and disputes, and has particular expertise in the areas of regulator powers, tax administration and legal professional privilege. She has conducted litigation in the Federal Court, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, the state Supreme Courts and various state administrative appeal tribunals. - Current at 16 December 2020
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Dr Niv Tadmore CTA
Photo of author, Niv TADMORE Dr Tadmore is a Band 1 practitioner leading the Australian tax team of international law firm Jones Day. He has vast experience working for more than 20 years with large-market taxpayers from diverse industries, such upstream and downstream energy and resources, infrastructure, digital and tech, and pharmaceutical. The team is known for its hands-on practical approach to the prevention and resolution of tax disputes. Niv has represented the Tax Institute and Law Council on various ATO and Treasury Committees. He is a global Vice-President of the International Fiscal Association and the President of the Australian Branch. Niv is also a member of two tax academic boards: Melbourne University and New York University. - Current at 30 November 2020
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Individual sessions

ATO approach to dispute resolution

Author(s):  Deborah HASTINGS

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Commissioner's address

Author(s):  Michael D'ASCENZO

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Board of Taxation update

Author(s):  Chris JORDAN

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Tax and the Constitution

Author(s):  The Hon Robert French, AC

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