Danh provides a rich and diverse range of tax and commercial skills for his clients. He has over 11 years of experience gained by working as a case leader in the Australian Taxation Office and as a tax and commercial advisor for large and medium tax firms.
Danh is often requested to share his practical tax and commercial solutions by presenting for peak industry groups, such as the Australian Dental Industry Association and other accounting and law firms on topics such as resolving disputes with the Australian Taxation Office, mergers and acquisition, payroll tax de-grouping and business protection and succession.
Danh’s clients include high-net asset family groups, medium size businesses and not-for-profit organisations.
“As a tax and commercial lawyer, I am quickly able to understand the "nuts and bolts" of my client's business to implement their desired outcomes.”
Truck manufacturing company – negotiated the buy-out of a business partner and protected the company to expand out of Queensland to operate in Australia, Hong Kong, China and America.
Multinational importation businesses – protected the businesses and property portfolio of a high-net asset family to protect $27 million worth of assets in Australia and overseas.
Asset betterment audit – won a $2.1 million tax objection against the Australian Taxation Office for an owner of nail salons.
Dental practices partnership – negotiated and structured a merger for 5 dental practices.
Aboriginal Corporation – restructured an Aboriginal corporation and its corporate group to expand its activities, whilst conserving its public benevolent institution status for tax purposes.
Masters of Tax, University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Laws, Queensland University of Technology
Bachelor of Justice Studies, Queensland University of Technology
Fellow of The Tax Institute
Career Mentor for Queensland University of Technology
Vice President of Lions International, Club of Brisbane Vietnamese
- Federal tax law
- State tax law
- International tax law
- Tax disputes
- Tax litigation
- Business succession
- Inbound and outbound investments