Prashanth Kainthaje > Johnson Winter & Slattery > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile
Johnson Winter & Slattery Offices
20 BOND STREET
SYDNEY NSW 2000
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Prashanth has specialised in tax for over 10 years and advises on all areas of Federal and State Australian tax law.
He has advised on a variety of corporate and financing transactions including acquisitions and divestments, demergers, capital management initiatives, tax effective financing, the formation of funds, inbound and outbound investments, corporate restructures and employee share and option schemes and executive remuneration.
Prashanth has represented clients in disputes with the Australian Taxation Office and other revenue authorities and sought rulings on behalf of clients.
He is ranked as a leading tax lawyer by Chambers Asia-Pacific 2018 who has a “highly innovative and very detailed approach” and ability to “keep all the various perspectives in mind.”
Law Society of New South Wales
Bachelor of Economics
Bachelor of Laws
Master of Laws (Native Title)
Master of Laws (Tax)
Johnson Winter & Slattery combines active transactional and commercial tax advice with a strong record in tax disputes and controversies, working with listed companies and multinationals, alongside regularly collaborating with leading UK and US tax practices on cross-border issues. The practice was bolstered by the arrival of corporate tax specialist Alison Haines to the Melbourne office from an in-house position in early 2021. Melbourne-based practice head Stewart Grieve is focused on tax disputes and audits, with a number of multinational clients, while Sydney’s Prashanth Kainthaje advises on corporate and financing transactions, with expertise in state and federal taxation. Also in Sydney, Andy Milidoni advises on transfer pricing, superannuation and trust mandates, while the vastly experienced Richard Gelski continues as a consultant, advising on corporate structures and cross-border investments. Melbourne’s Kathryn Bertram handling stamp duty, land tax and the associated disputes.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
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- Media and entertainment
- Banking and finance
- Competition and trade
- Corporate and M&A
- Labour and employment
- Natural resources (transactions and regulatory)
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Financial services regulatory
- IT and telecoms
- White-collar crime
- Real estate
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