Patrick Huang is a Senior Associate in Coleman Greig’s Taxation Advice team, having joined the firm as part of our 2019 integration with Argyle Lawyers.
With over 6 years’ experience as a taxation and commercial lawyer, Patrick has extensive experience in corporate governance, asset protection, tax and business structuring, tax controversy, company secretarial services, business succession planning, expatriate taxes and employment taxes. His wealth of knowledge in these areas is an advantage to all his clients. From advising clients on employee share schemes, buy-sell agreements, contract review and negotiation, capital raising and merger & acquisition transactions, no day is the same.
Patrick simplifies the legal process for his clients in a logical manner. Working efficiently with other professionals comes naturally to Patrick he ensures the needs of his clients are being met. He always endeavours to provide a number of solutions to his clients, allowing them to choose the best option for their personal situation.
Patrick has experience working for a wide array of clients which have included charities and not-for-profits, professional services industries including accounting and financial planning sectors, high-net worth clients, family groups and SMEs.
Some examples of his work have included helping a small business owner with the settlement of a multi-million dollar tax dispute, acting on the sale of a $10m dollar financial planning and mortgage brokerage client book, assisting financial planners in dealing with adverse action claims and acting on a complicated $5m capital raising transaction involving a life insurance company.
Whilst at university, Patrick was involved as a Competition Convenor and Judge (Contracts Moot, Sydney University Law Society) and a Councillor for the University’s Student Representative Council.
He is currently the President of the Sydney Schools Football Referees Association and has been a member since 2009.
Away from work, Patrick enjoys reading and exploring different food venues.