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GST litigation and dispute resolution in the courts paper

Published on 08 Sep 11 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • when should you litigate?
  • misconceptions of litigation
  • litigation options
  • the key to success in litigation.

Author profile:

Jeremy Geale CTA
Jeremy Geale, CTA, is the ATO’s Deputy Chief Tax Counsel. He, together with the Chief Tax Counsel and other deputies, leads the ATO Tax Counsel Network, which provides technical and strategic tax advice to other areas of the ATO and the community. Jeremy joined the ATO in January 2016. He was previously a partner with KPMG, where he led KPMG’s Tax Controversy Practice. He was also instrumental in establishing KPMG’s broader legal practice in Australia and was a member of KPMG’s Global Steering Committee for Tax Controversy. Jeremy also worked for a number of years as a barrister specialising in all areas of tax, as a lawyer at Minter Ellison and was the GST Manager at Qantas. He has a unique blend of experience having worked in a variety of roles across the private sector, professional services and public sector. Current at 21 October 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Jeremy GEALE.
 

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