Members of Chambers include both experienced tax advisors and litigators. They are well placed to deal with all areas of tax impacting both corporate and private clients. Members act for Commonwealth and State revenue authorities, for Australia’s leading corporate groups and high net worth individuals, and for foreign investors in litigation and in providing complex advice on both proposed and completed domestic and cross-border transactions, including in estate and family law contexts.
Our barristers have collateral experience, including extensive in-country experience of working with Caribbean trust, fund, and corporate structures: particularly in the Cayman Islands, Bahamas and British Virgin Islands.
Our members have an established reputation among their peers and legal directories such as Doyle’s Guide for combining in-depth analytical expertise and an ability to deal with highly complex issues. They have the skill to offer clear and practical advice to professional as well as lay clients. They aim to prevent tax problems from arising and to solve those which have arisen without litigation. If litigation becomes necessary, they represent clients in the Courts and tribunals.