Tax Dispute Resolution During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Join The Advocates' Society Tax Litigation Practice Group for a complimentary, online, interactive discussion on how to manage and litigate tax disputes in the upcoming months and during the subsequent new "normal".  Hear from two panels of tax practitioners representing the CRA, the DOJ, and the private bar on such topics as the expected hurdles going forward, possible changes to the way CRA and DOJ carry on business, and how practitioners can adapt.

View from the CRA

Moderator:

Ed Kroft, Q.C., Bennett Jones LLP

Speakers Include:
Jennifer Smith, Canada Revenue Agency, Income Tax Appeals (Ottawa)
Alexandra MacLean, Director General, International and Large Business Directorate, Canada Revenue Agency (Ottawa)

How Do We Move Forward in Practice?

Moderator:
Ed Kroft, Q.C., Bennett Jones LLP

Speakers Include:
Jenny P. Mboutsiadis, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (Toronto)
Natalie Goulard, Department of Justice - Quebec Regional Office (Montreal)
David Douglas Robertson, EY Law LLP (Calgary)
Perry Derksen, Department of Justice (Vancouver)

Audience questions, concerns, and suggestions are welcome and will be taken during the last 30 minutes of the webcast.  Please submit your question to alison@advocates.ca by June 19, 2020. Time permitting, we will also answer questions asked online during the panel.

This unique program is open to members of the legal, paralegal, and accounting professions.

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When
6/23/2020 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Where
Live Online ON

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