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Advisor issues, negligence claims, promoter penalties, safe-harbour rules video


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Publication date: 16 Mar 22 | Source: NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:
This video covers:

  • Claims in negligence
  • Application of the promoter penalties
  • Tax agents’ registration (deregistration)
  • Other considerations.

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Advisor issues, negligence claims, promoter penalties, safe-harbour rules
Author(s):  Chris KINSELLA,  Judy SULLIVAN

Author profiles

Christopher Kinsella CTA
Chris is a tax partner based in Sydney with the law firm Holding Redlich. Chris has over 30 years’ experience advising clients in relation to tax matters, particularly early ATO engagement, ATO access powers, tax audits, tax litigation and dispute resolution. Chris has acted for clients in banking/insurance, property/infrastructure, pharma, mining/energy, manufacturing and professional services. The Holding Redlich tax controversy team represents taxpayers (and their advisors) in tax disputes in both the Federal Court and the AAT. Focus areas include anti-avoidance, transfer pricing and international tax. Notable cases that Chris has been involved with include the Chevron transfer pricing case and the Resource Capital Fund tax cases. Recent topics receiving attention from clients also include legal professional privilege, promoter penalties and the ATO’s broader attitude to tax advisers more generally. Chris is the chair of the Tax Institute’s Dispute Resolution Committee and the chair of the Number One Tax Discussion Group. Chris is accredited in dispute resolution with the NSW Law Society. - Current at 14 December 2021
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Judith Sullivan CTA
Judy is Principal Solicitor at Judy Sullivan Consulting Pty Ltd. From 2013 to 2020 she was a tax partner at PwC in Sydney. Prior to this she was a tax partner at King & Wood Mallesons in Sydney, and a senior tax lawyer at Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Gilbert & Tobin and Ernst & Young. She has been a member of committees and working groups for the Law Council of Australia and the ATO, on the Advisory Committee to the Board of Taxation, and Deputy Chair of the ACT Gambling & Racing Commission. Judy holds degrees in Economics and Law from the Australian National University and a Master of Laws from the University of Sydney. Judy was appointed to the Board in October 2020. - Current at 14 December 2021
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