Jack is a Senior Associate within Holding Redlich’s tax litigation and disputes practice, where it is his role to represent clients engaged in the tax disputes process and to manage interactions with revenue authorities, including tax audits and reviews.
Jack has proven experience deploying a strategic, commercial, and evidence-based approach to managing reviews, audit and complex litigation which has enabled him to achieve commercial and principled outcomes in the best interests of his clients within the tax system.
Jack represents taxpayers of all sizes during the tax litigation and disputes process. His experiences have enabled him to resolve disputes at all stages, including at audit, on objection and through available alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation and the ATO’s ‘in-house facilitation’ program. Jack also acts for taxpayers in disputes against the ATO and other regulators, in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Court, Full Federal Court, State Supreme Courts and the High Court.
In addition to his practice at Holding Redlich, Jack is a sessional lecturer at Deakin University Law School, where he lectures in Tax Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence Law and Statutory Interpretation.
Jack also has experience practicing as tax disputes lawyer within the tax controversy practices of two of the ‘Big 4’ professional services firms and is a former Senior Associate to three senior judges of the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Victoria, in Victoria.
Jack's experience includes:
16 November 2022 - Knowledge
#Taxation, #Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services
Revenue authorities are increasing their scrutiny of industries with independent contractors being engaged – from University lecturers to delivery drivers. This article looks at the relationships between mortgage aggregators and their independent contractor arrangements with mortgage brokers. Direct parallels can probably be drawn with the insurance industry and share trading brokers.
13 Dec 22
In this seminar we will discuss: compensation under the Native Title Act 1993, valid vs invalid acts and the Timber Creek decision.