Michelle Hirschhorn has been listed as a leading junior counsel in Doyle’s Guide of Leading Tax Barristers – NSW, 2019.
John Hyde Page appeared for the successful taxpayer in Addy v Commissioner of Taxation  FCA 1768, in which the Australian Federal Court held that the working holiday maker tax contravened a non-discrimination clause in the Australia-UK tax treaty. The “landmark ruling” on the “backpacker tax” has been reported in the media in eight countries and reportedly may affect around 75,000 working holiday makers.
Christopher Barry QC appeared for the successful horse owners in the Full Federal Court’s refusal of leave to appeal (Zoetis Australia Pty Ltd v Abbott  FCAFC 153) from the Federal Court decision not to order security for costs in the Hendra vaccine class action ( FCA 462). The decisions are the latest word on security for costs in class actions.
5 Selborne associate member Shane Doyle QC is appearing for the Special Purpose Liquidators in the Queensland Nickel litigation.
Michelle Hirschhorn appeared for the successful Commissioner in Stallion (NSW) Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Taxation  FCA 1306, which concerned entitlement to decreasing luxury car tax adjustments and input tax credits in respect of a purchase of luxury cars.
Peter Wood has been listed as Preeminent in Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Leading in Insolvency & Restructuring in Doyle’s Guide NSW 2019.
5 Selborne associate member Philip Crutchfield QC has been listed as the Market Leader in Insolvency & Restructuring and Preeminent in Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution in Doyle’s Guide Senior Counsel Victoria 2019.
5 Selborne associate member Shane Doyle QC has been listed as the Market Leader in Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Preeminent in Insolvency & Restructuring in Doyle’s Guide Senior Counsel Queensland 2019.