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Published on 11 Oct 18 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • Re Sharpcan Pty Ltd and Commissioner of Taxation
  • Commissioner of Taxation v Sharpcan Pty Ltd
  • Re MWYS and Commissioner of Taxation
  • Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Rennie Produce (Aust) Pty Ltd (in liq)
  • Chhua v Commissioner of Taxation.

 

 

 

 

Author profiles

Daniel Diaz FTI
Daniel Diaz, FTI, is a barrister at the Victorian Bar practising in taxation law. He acts for taxpayers, including public companies, private companies and individuals, and the Commissioner in matters concerning income tax, GST and state taxation laws. Prior to being called to the Bar, he was a solicitor at Arnold Bloch Leibler and Allens Arthur Robinson (now Allens). - Current at 27 August 2018
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Daniel McInerney CTA
Daniel McInerney, CTA, is a taxation barrister at the Victorian Bar known for his strong technical and advisory knowledge. He has appeared in a number of complex taxation cases addressing issues such as transfer pricing, international corporate structuring, consolidations and Part IVA. Daniel works closely with Australia’s leading tax silks, multinational, mining services and financial services companies. He has an extensive advisory practice in relation to structuring as well as settling taxation disputes with the ATO. Daniel is regularly named as a leading junior counsel in Doyles Guide’s list of Leading Tax Barristers. - Current at 25 June 2018
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