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Cases update for private groups paper


This paper covers:

  • High Court of Australia
  • superannuation
  • Division 7A
  • trust issues
  • small business concessions
  • employee/contractor distinction
  • assessments, review and dispute resolution.

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Samuel Ure FTI
Sam has established a reputation as one of the leading junior counsel practising in tax at the Melbourne bar. He advises and appears in all revenue matters, including State tax and superannuation matters. Sam also practises in commercial disputes, administrative law and regulatory proceedings, including civil penalty proceedings. He acts for tax advisers in professional liability and registration and disciplinary matters. - Current at 16 August 2021
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