Dan Kiselbach leads the Global Trade and Customs, and Vancouver Tax practices. He helps businesses navigate the world of global trade, cross-border business transactions, and tax. He is licensed to practice in British Columbia, Ontario, and New York, and is based in the Vancouver and Toronto offices. He provides advice to domestic and global businesses (with a focus on US multinationals). He provides advice on matters including anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and terrorist financing, cybersecurity, economic sanctions, supply chain and logistics, tariff and non-tariff barriers, and trade compliance. He has substantial controversy, disputes, and litigation experience covering matters such as audit defense, investigations, criminal prosecutions, civil litigation, and appeals. He has represented clients 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) and has experience with the London Court of International Arbitration proceedings. Dan regularly speaks and writes on business, global trade, customs, and tax matters. His most recent work is TheAnnotated Customs Act 2022. He is also a Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA Americas program candidate (class of ’23).