Published on 31 Oct 13
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation deals with the following practical issues that need to be considered by taxpayers and their advisers when considering the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR):
- why is the ATO focused on ADR, and what is in it for taxpayers?
- how does ADR fit in to the existing audit, objection and review process?
- what does ADR mean and how does it work?
- how do taxpayers prepare for ADR to get the best outcome, and what are the downsides?
- examples of ADR in practice.
Judy is a solicitor and legal partner at PwC in Sydney. She is the firm’s National Leader for Tax Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and also leads the firm’s Charities and Not-for-Profits practice. Judy is well known in the tax and legal profession and has been consistently named in the AFR “Best Lawyers” list for taxation law, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Judy is a passionate advocate for the benefits of diversity in all its forms. PwC’s market-leading initiatives and policies on diversity, parental leave, mental health support and flexible working arrangements reflect the firm’s commitment to these important issues.
- Current at
08 January 2019
Terry has focussed on advising and appearing for taxpayer and revenue authorities in the Federal Court and High Court and in alternative dispute resolution for over 30 years. He was appointed to be the Special Counsel to the Australian Taxation Office from 2008 to 2010, is a member of Taxation Subcommittee of the Law Council, Chair of the Tax Group Advisory Board, and a Senior Fellow of the University of Melbourne Law School.
- Current at
29 May 2019