John Grant has extensive experience in tax litigation and dispute resolution. His practice involves resolving tax disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency and provincial tax authorities, from the initial audit stage to the final resolution of litigation. He has dealt with a broad range of matters of national scope, including break fees, commodity taxes, transfer pricing, donation programs, tax treaty interpretation, and corporate tax issues. His experience includes more than 1,500 tax litigation matters with over 100 reported decisions in matters before the Tax Court of Canada, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and in responses to the Supreme Court of Canada. John has resolved hundreds of matters without the need for prolonged litigation and was a highly regarded tax litigation counsel with the Department of Justice (Canada). He successfully litigated a wide array of income tax matters and developed experience in tax dispute resolution. He is a frequent speaker at training initiatives and has provided training to the Canada Revenue Agency, as well as been a guest lecturer and instructor to young legal professionals. John is one of a select few recognized by the Law Society of Ontario as a Certified Expert in Taxation Law.