Simon Tisher, has been a barrister at the Victorian Bar since May 2003. He is well known and respected as a
barrister and within the tax profession. Most of Simon’s experience at the Bar pertains to tax matters (state and
federal) and matters related to taxation: superannuation, insolvency, bankruptcy and professional indemnity claims (commonly involving tax advice). He acts for taxpayers and for the Australian Taxation Office, led and unled, in disputes ranging from small individual matters to large corporate tax disputes. Simon also has sound experience in commercial litigation matters and has a busy advisory practice. Simon has been included in “Leading Tax Barristers – Victoria” in Doyles Guide every year from 2017 and in Best Lawyers (Tax Law, 2021 and
2022 editions). He is a past Sir Charles Lowe prize winner for advocacy. Simon has published several articles in the Law Institute Journal and Taxation in Australia, and is the author of the tax chapter of de Groot’s Wills, Probate and Administration Practice (Victoria). He is a member and past chair of The Tax Institute’s State Taxes Committee and a regular presenter at tax conferences and events.
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15 June 2022