Now available: The 2013 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory.
Litigation - Corporate Tax
Practice Area Definition
Corporate tax litigation is generally understood to include disputes involving tax planning or estates/trust structures for high net worth individuals; disputes between various levels of governments as to proper tax jurisdiction or challenges to the exercise of purported tax jurisdictions; disputes involving particular types of tax such as GST, withholding, etc; disputes regarding proper taxation of commercial transactions or agreements; disputes regarding taxation of particular corporate structures, reorganizations, etc; disputes regarding particular financing transactions or financial instruments; disputes regarding taxation of particular industries such as real estate, natural resources, etc; international tax disputes with respect to matters such as transfer pricing; and other such matters.
Please note that there are separate sections in the Directory for COMMODITY TAX/CUSTOMS, CORPORATE TAX and ESTATE & PERSONAL TAX PLANNING.