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Tips for managing tax disputes presentation

Published on 14 Nov 13 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers the following on how to deal with the ATO when managing tax disputes:

  • rights and obligations
  • what should you keep copies of?
  • what should you / should you not do?
  • protocols
  • practical management.

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Jonathon Leek CTA
Jonathon is a Partner at Deloitte Legal and leads the Perth practice. He is a Barrister and Solicitor with more than 20 years of experience in Sydney and Perth, including 17 years as a partner in leading law firms and as a barrister at the independent Bar. Jonathon has extensive knowledge and experience of obtaining tax rulings, managing tax audits and risk reviews, objecting against assessments, alternative dispute resolution, negotiating settlements, and appealing to courts and tribunals. He is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Western Australia where he lectures in postgraduate tax law and coordinates the units on Advanced Corporate Tax and Tax Dispute Resolution. Jonathon is a member of The Tax Institute’s WA State Council and Chair of its WA Technical Committee. He has been recognised as one of Australia’s leading tax lawyers in a number of client and peer surveys over many years, including Best Lawyers, Chambers Guide and the International Tax Review. - Current at 30 August 2017
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This was presented at Corporate Tax Conference .

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Individual sessions

Keynote speech: Statuatory interpretation in a tax context

Author(s):  John Fickling

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How to deal with the ATO/Managing tax disputes

Author(s):  Richard McBRIDE

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Tips for managing tax disputes

Author(s):  Jonathon LEEK

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Alternative dispute resolutions

Author(s):  Niv TADMORE

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