NORMAN ROSENBAUM

Bar Roll – 1988
Admitted – 1984

Phone – (03) 9225 8618
Chamber – Floor 6, Room 605, ODCW

NORMAN ROSENBAUM

Bar Roll – 1988
Admitted – 1984

Phone – (03) 9225 8618
Chamber – Floor 6, Room 605, ODCW

Admitted to practice in

  • Victoria
  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • Federal Jurisdictions

Area of Law

  • Administrative Law
  • Bankruptcy/Insolvency
  • Commercial Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Corporations (Company) Law
  • Equity and Trusts
  • Probate/Wills/Family Provision
  • Securities Commission
  • Superannuation
  • Taxation (Including Revenue, Customs & Excise)

About

Norman specialises in taxation and revenue law practising in and advising on all types of taxation law at State, Federal and International levels including Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Goods and Services Tax, Fringe Benefits Tax, (Stamp) Duties, Payroll Tax, WorkCare Premiums (previously WorkCare Levy), Land Tax and Tax Administration.  He provides representation in Courts, Tribunals, venues where evidence is sought to be gathered under the compulsion of statute and during Tax Audits by the Australian Taxation Office and Sate Revenue Offices (throughout Australia) and investigations by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Crime Commission.

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Norman also practices in associated commercial and criminal law areas including trusts, corporations, estates, mergers, acquisitions, reconstructions, insolvencies [corporate and personal], white collar crime, Taxation prosecutions and Companies and Securities prosecutions.

His practice is geared towards providing in Australia and abroad, particularly in the United States and Britain, advocacy and advice (in writing and in conference) prior to and in the course of Tax Audits and other investigations.  Norman also advises and provides representation at settlement negotiations with revenue authorities relating to Tax Audits.  Additionally, he advises and consults on taxation policy matters, representing and advocating the position of interested parties to government.

Norman has taught taxation law at undergraduate and post graduate (Masters) levels at the University of Melbourne, Monash University and RMIT and has been a regular presenter at the Leo Cussen Institute Practical Training Course and Continuing Legal Education Program.

Prior to joining the Bar, he was with the Australian Taxation Office where he was principally an Advocate, Prosecutor and Counsel, holding a number of senior positions including Director of Intelligence and Head of Prosecutions.

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