Daniel McInerney

Bar Roll: 2007 Admitted: 1997
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Daniel is a dedicated taxation barrister known for his strong and extensive technical and advisory knowledge, in relation to structuring as well as settling taxation disputes with the ATO.

Since being called to the Bar in 2007, Daniel has appeared in leading and complex taxation cases on a broad range of complex issues including transfer pricing, international corporate structuring, consolidations and Part IVA. Daniel’s practice includes advising clients on all Commonwealth and State taxes.

Prior to 2007 Daniel gained extensive taxation experience in the public and private sectors.  As a result of the experience, Daniel has an excellent perspective on the operation of tax law in a broad commercial context.

Daniel has a Masters of Taxation from the University of New South Wales and is a Fellow of the Tax Institute of Australia and Chartered Tax Adviser. Daniel is also a member and Vice President of the Tax Bar Association committee.

Daniel was named as one of Australia’s leading junior counsel in Doyle’s Guide Listing of leading tax barristers in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and as preeminent junior counsel in 2018. Daniel was also named as one of Australia’s leading tax juniors in Chambers and Partners Asia Pacific 2017, 2018 and 2019 guides guides.

 

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

 

CorporationsEquity & TrustsSuperannuationTaxes – FederalTaxes – State
  • – National transfer pricing conference – “Transfer Pricing Defined/Legal Questions on Interpretation of 815A–815B”, The Tax Institute, 8 August 2018
  • – “Burden of Proof in Transfer Pricing Matters”, presented at the NSW 9th Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 2 June 2016
  • – “Expert Evidence and Valuations – Obtaining Useful Valuations for Corporates”, Obtaining Useful Valuations for Corporates”, presented at the Victorian 4th Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 6 October 2016
  • – “Current Issues in Cross-border Financing”, presented at the Victorian 3rd Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 8 October 2015
  • – “Evidence: Defending your position paper”, presented at the Victorian 1st Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 10 October 2013
  • – “Capital Gains Tax and GST on Judgments and Settlements” (2008) co-authored by Michael Y Bearman and presented at the Victorian Tax Bar Association (cited with approval by Gzell J in Padstow Corporation Pty Ltd v Fleming (No 3) [2013] NSWSC 24)

QUALIFICATIONS:

 BEc, LLB, MTax

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Professional memberships:
o Member, The New South Wales Bar Association
o Member, The Victorian Bar Incorporated
o Treasurer, Victorian Tax Bar Association
o Chartered Tax Adviser, The Tax Institute
o Member, International Fiscal Association


Daniel McInerney

Bar Roll: 2007 Admitted: 1997
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Profile

Daniel is a dedicated taxation barrister known for his strong and extensive technical and advisory knowledge, in relation to structuring as well as settling taxation disputes with the ATO.

Since being called to the Bar in 2007, Daniel has appeared in leading and complex taxation cases on a broad range of complex issues including transfer pricing, international corporate structuring, consolidations and Part IVA. Daniel’s practice includes advising clients on all Commonwealth and State taxes.

Prior to 2007 Daniel gained extensive taxation experience in the public and private sectors.  As a result of the experience, Daniel has an excellent perspective on the operation of tax law in a broad commercial context.

Daniel has a Masters of Taxation from the University of New South Wales and is a Fellow of the Tax Institute of Australia and Chartered Tax Adviser. Daniel is also a member and Vice President of the Tax Bar Association committee.

Daniel was named as one of Australia’s leading junior counsel in Doyle’s Guide Listing of leading tax barristers in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and as preeminent junior counsel in 2018. Daniel was also named as one of Australia’s leading tax juniors in Chambers and Partners Asia Pacific 2017, 2018 and 2019 guides guides.

 

 

*Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards legislation

 

Areas of Practice

CorporationsEquity & TrustsSuperannuationTaxes – FederalTaxes – State

Cases

Publication

  • – National transfer pricing conference – “Transfer Pricing Defined/Legal Questions on Interpretation of 815A–815B”, The Tax Institute, 8 August 2018
  • – “Burden of Proof in Transfer Pricing Matters”, presented at the NSW 9th Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 2 June 2016
  • – “Expert Evidence and Valuations – Obtaining Useful Valuations for Corporates”, Obtaining Useful Valuations for Corporates”, presented at the Victorian 4th Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 6 October 2016
  • – “Current Issues in Cross-border Financing”, presented at the Victorian 3rd Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 8 October 2015
  • – “Evidence: Defending your position paper”, presented at the Victorian 1st Annual Tax Forum, The Tax Institute, 10 October 2013
  • – “Capital Gains Tax and GST on Judgments and Settlements” (2008) co-authored by Michael Y Bearman and presented at the Victorian Tax Bar Association (cited with approval by Gzell J in Padstow Corporation Pty Ltd v Fleming (No 3) [2013] NSWSC 24)

Qualifications & Memberships

QUALIFICATIONS::

 BEc, LLB, MTax

MEMBERSHIP & ASSOCIATIONS:

Professional memberships:
o Member, The New South Wales Bar Association
o Member, The Victorian Bar Incorporated
o Treasurer, Victorian Tax Bar Association
o Chartered Tax Adviser, The Tax Institute
o Member, International Fiscal Association