Individuals and businesses alike can rely on Julie’s advice in various disputes with tax authorities, including income and commodity (GST/QST) tax disputes. Her early career at Revenu Québec gave her a unique understanding of the organization, which she strategically uses to her advantage to help clients navigate administrative tax procedures, including voluntary disclosure, tax audits and objections. As the head of the Tax Litigation sector, Julie has substantial experience in negotiation and dispute resolution. She has also pleaded several cases before courts of competent, including the Tax Court of Canada, the Court of Quebec and the Court of Appeal. Moreover, she has also been involved in many criminal tax cases, both in trials and in Jordan- and Jarvis-type preliminary motions. With a keen interest in the risks and opportunities associated with blockchain technology, the tax implications of buying and selling non-fungible tokens (NFTs), cryptocurrency and other fungible token transactions, Julie can help you navigate the fiscal implications of blockchain technology supported assets. Julie is also mindful of the fiscal and legal challenges arising from being a member of a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO).