Published on 27 Feb 04
by 4TH WORLD TAX CONFERENCE
This paper covers:
- practical consequences of applying source rules to e-commerce transactions
- impact of moving to a more residence based treaty policy
- practical consequences of OECD clarification of PE and income allocation
- consumption taxes, tax collection and administration issues.
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Bill joined Blake Dawson Waldron in 1974 and has been a partner of that firm since 1980. He is the Team Leader of Blake Dawson Waldron's Tax Group and has extensive experience in advising on income tax, capital gains tax, stamp duty and GST. He is also an assistant editor of Hill - Duties Legislation (LBC Information Services). Bill graduated from the University of Sydney with an LLB in 1973 and LLM in 1976.
Current at 19 September 2005
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