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Managing litigation with the ATO presentation

Published on 16 May 08 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • ATO investigative powers
  • getting it right the first time
  • the onus is on you
  • tax appeals and objections
  • responding to recovery proceedings
  • payment arrangements and other options.

Author profile:

John Andrews
John's practice is focused on commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including mediation. He has 25 years experience in representing the interests of Australian as well as international companies and firms in their business activities including negotiating transactions and resolving disputes, mediation, litigation and arbitration. Throughout his career, John has represented mining companies, government entities and local authorities, developers, banks and other financial institutions, a wide range of small and large businesses and corporations, environmental interest groups and individuals involved in complex and protracted litigation. These matters have included various disputes with the Australian Taxation Office, regulatory bodies and parties in the finance industry, concerning numerous investment schemes. Current at 17 May 2008
 

This was presented at 2008 North Queensland Convention.

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