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By Frank M. Schlesinger
If this has happened to you, you will want to know what to do to protect yourself in such a circumstance.
By Jonathan Éthier
(September 23, 2019, 9:28 AM EDT) -- It is often the case that tax authorities audit a taxpayer for multiple taxation years. For example, tax authorities could start auditing a corporation today
By Joel Goldman
As reported earlier this month in our blog, Finance Quebec announced, on May 17, 2019, measures to fight aggressive tax planning.
By Janet Dell'Orto, Ron Toledano
Have you applied for registration of a trademark or are you the owner of a registered trademark? If so, the new Trademarks Act allows applicants and owners to notify the Registrar
By Joel Goldman
On May 17, 2019, Finance Quebec released measures to deal with combating aggressive tax planning.
By Ron Toledano
Employers are often tempted to monitor their business as well as their employees. There are often legitimate reasons to do both and with ample tools available in today's world
By Laurent Debrun
The City of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield retained the services of the engineering firm CIMA to develop plans and specification and grant contracts. CIMA selected the lowest bid
By Ron Toledano
Now that the new Canadian Trademarks Act Regulations is in effect, brand owners should be aware of a change in policy concerning the class filing fees should an examined application be divided into additional classes.
By Jonathan Éthier
In practice, a tax litigator defending the interests of a client at the objection stage may wish to support his representations to a Revenu Québec agent by referring to technical interpretations
By Jonathan Éthier
When a person owes money to the tax authorities, it could be dangerous for them to try to subtract their major assets
By Laurent Debrun
Five recent decisions underline the importance for the seller of real estate property to disclose to the prospective buyer all known or suspected defects and problems affecting the immovable, even if apparent...
By Jonathan Éthier
The recent decision in 6075240 Canada Inc. v. Canada[1] brings developments to prescription in matters of taxation.
By Laurent Debrun
The plaintiffs operate a small Maremma and Abruzzese sheepdog breeding farm. An Italian canine breed, these dogs serve as sheepdogs.
By Laurent Debrun
The Supreme Court of Canada has reminded us of the serious consequences of actions taken by a resident of Quebec prosecuted in a foreign court that recognize the jurisdiction of such court.
By Jonathan Éthier
The importance of respecting the various time limits imposed on taxpayers in exercising their right to contest cannot be overstated.