Published on 19 Sep 06
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- procedures to allow claims of privilege to be properly made
- ensuring privilege is not waived
- when to claim the privilege and when not to
- how to claim privilege
- common practical issues.
Hugh is a Senior Associate in the Commercial Litigation department of Freehills in Sydney and is a member of its Tax Litigation and Dispute Resolution Focus Group. Since 2002, his practice has principally focused on high value tax litigation matters, including successfully resolving significant Part IVA disputes for major Australian based and international groups.
Current at 11 April 2007
- Current at
11 April 2007
Sarah is a Partner of KPMG Legal and Tax Services specialising in revenue disputes, primarily in the Federal Court of Australia and Supreme Court of New South Wales jurisdictions. Prior to joining KPMG, Sarah gained a wealth of commercial litigation experience during 11 years with Herbert Smith Freehills where Sarah was a Partner with the Commercial Litigation Practice Group. She has advised and acted for clients on a wide range of disputes across tax, contract and corporations law and in respect of various regulatory reviews and investigations.
- Current at
23 June 2015