Dan Kiselbach brings approximately 30 years of experience as international trade, customs and tax lawyer. He alternates his time between Toronto and Vancouver and his clients are domestic and global corporations (especially US-based multinationals). A large portion of his practice concerns audits, verifications, investigations, collections, tariffs, non-tariff barriers, trade disputes, trade remedies and import and export controls. He has a good understanding of businesses in a number of sectors such as aerospace, aluminum and steel, automotive, agriculture, agri-food, apparel, financial, communications, defence, direct sales, e-commerce, fisheries, forestry, manufacturing, mining, LNG, oil & gas, technology, third party logistics and transportation. He has a substantial controversy and litigation background (in civil and criminal courts). He has appeared at all Canadian court levels, including the Tax Court of Canada, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada. He has also assisted clients in London Court of International Arbitration proceedings. Dan regularly speaks and presents on international trade and tax matters and is the author of works, including The Annotated Customs Act.
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