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Legal professional privilege and state taxes seminar paper

Published on 30 Jul 04 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This paper covers the following topics:
- claiming legal professional privilege and the waiver of that privilege
- abrogation of the privilege not to self-incriminate
- access and notices to produce - obstruction and compliance
- remedies available to you and your client and the revenue authority.

Author profile:

John Pickering FTI
John is a Partner in the Perth office of Freehills. He practices in commercial and tax law. John advises clients in relation to tax planning in connection with income tax, sales tax, GST, stamp duty and other miscellaneous taxes. John also advises clients in relation to negotiations in connection with taxation audits and appears as counsel in taxation litigation in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and the Federal Court. Before joining Freehills in 1988 John was in charge of the Appeals Branch of the Australian Taxation Office in Perth. Current at 19 May 2004 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by John PICKERING.
 

This was presented at Fourth Annual States' Taxation Conference.

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