What you need to know about tax avoidance
The Duke of Westminster principle that tax planning (the act of arranging one’s affairs to minimize one’s tax liability) is a legitimate part of Canadian tax law has be...
Martin is a member of the board of directors and head of the Business Law team. His practice focuses on all areas of civil and criminal tax litigation, including tax evasion, commodity taxes (GST, HST and QST), tax audits (e.g. challenges to direct and indirect verification methods), Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) and contentious tax recovery files.
He represents all taxpayers, whether they are individuals, SMEs or large corporations, and works on contentious tax matters involving subcontractors, employment agencies and stakeholders in the construction and restaurant sectors.
Clients come to him for his extensive know-how, particularly with respect to tax audits, voluntary disclosures, tax searches, Permanent Anti-Corruption Unit matters, disputed applications for authorization to bid on public contracts from the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) and applications for Revenu Québec certificates.In addition to being a prolific author and speaker in the field of taxation, Martin lectures in the Master of Laws, Taxation option at HEC Montréal.
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