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Alternative dispute resolution presentation

Published on 16 May 13 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

A highly practical presentation that will give you confidence to explore ADR options with the ATO.

In particular, the presentation covers:

  • What is in it for taxpayers and the ATO?
  • What are the benefits of ADR for each of the individuals and micro-enterprises, SME and the LB&I sectors? Is ADR more suited to one or more of these sectors?
  • How do taxpayers start the ADR ball rolling? When should this occur?
  • What matters are best dealt with via ADR?
  • What happens at an ADR “hearing”?
  • What outcomes can be achieved compared to traditional litigation?

Author profiles:

Author Photo - Deborah HASTINGS
Deborah HASTINGS
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Gina LAZANAS
Gina Lazanas FTIA is a Partner at Baker & McKenzie and has extensive experience in advising in all facets of GST. She specialises in the GST treatment of international transactions, mergers and acquisitions and real property transactions. Gina also has extensive experience in tax controversy matters, including tax administration issues and litigation.
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Judy SULLIVAN
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This was presented at NSW 6th Annual Tax Forum .

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The evolving compliance obligation

Author(s):  Judy MORRIS,  David DRUMMOND

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Alternative dispute resolution

Author(s):  Deborah HASTINGS,  Gina LAZANAS,  Judy SULLIVAN

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Franking dividends - Some tips and traps

Author(s):  Brent MURPHY

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Author(s):  Nidal DANOUN

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The promoter penalties regime

Author(s):  Aislinn WALWYN,  George MONTANEZ

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