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Montréal, February 28, 2022 – Building on De Grandpré Chait’s recent growth in the tax law sector, we are proud to welcome Michael Citrome and Michael Farkas to our firm. A glance at their profiles unveils a wealth of expertise that will be of great value to clients.
About Michael Citrome
Prior to joining our tax law group as a partner, Michael Citrome amassed over ten years of international tax law experience. With national and international experience in tax compliance, controversy, voluntary disclosure and judicial rectification, as well as planning and implementing tax-oriented corporate reorganizations and estate plans, he is a trusted advisor to clients ranging from families to Fortune 50 corporations as well as charities, NFP and religious organizations. He has also been a tax counsel at a Big Four accounting firm in Toronto and Montréal. Michael Citrome’s intellect and wealth of real-world tax problem-solving experience enhance the quality of our firm’s tax law service.
About Michael Farkas
For his part, Michael Farkas is an experienced tax law lawyer who counsels clients on audits, information requests and compliance requirements from the Canada Revenue Agency. He draws on his deep knowledge of taxation to advise both SMEs and large corporations on business organization or reorganization matters, as well as commercial transactions. A member of the Law Society of Ontario, he previously worked at a tax law firm in the Toronto area and currently holds a temporary restrictive permit from the Barreau du Québec.
Their skills and experiences echo the ambitions of our tax law sector, and we are pleased that they have chosen to build on their careers at our firm.
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