Greg Kanargelidis
Greg Kanargelidis
(416) 863-4306
(416) 863-2653
199 Bay St, Suite 4000, Commerce Court West, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1990 (ON)
Greg is Practice Group Leader of the International Trade Group and practises international trade, customs, and commodity tax law. He regularly represents clients with respect to cross-border trade and investment issues, including compliance with international trade agreements such as NAFTA, WTO, and other bilateral and regional trade and investment agreements, export/import controls and licences, economic sanctions, and procurement disputes. Greg has substantial experience in, and regularly assists clients with, trade remedy matters, including antidumping/anti-subsidy investigations and appeals, as well as safeguards inquiries. Greg has expertise in all areas of customs law including tariff classification, valuation, rules of origin, marking rules, seizures, and ascertained forfeitures, administrative monetary penalties, and voluntary disclosures. He also assists clients with respect to planning, compliance, and appeals involving GST/HST, excise levies, and other commodity taxes. Greg is Chair of the CBA’s Commodity Tax, Customs, and Trade Section; a former co-Chair of the Customs Law Committee of the ABA’s International Law Section; member of the CITT Advisory Committee and of the BCCC Trade Compliance and Recourse Subcommittee of the CBSA; and past board member of IE Canada.
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