Tax Litigation

Our tax lawyers are recognized for their skills in contesting income tax assessments as well as GST and PST assessments, requesting advance rulings, and negotiating settlements with tax authorities.

Whether relating to income taxes, deductions at source, taxable benefits, income attribution rules, GST and PST, or voluntary disclosures, do not hesitate to consult LJT’s team of tax professionals. They will propose solutions that best suit your needs.


How we help you:

Objections and Appeals: LJT’s tax specialists will be pleased to represent you during negotiations with tax authorities for the purposes of settling assessment notices or contesting such notices before the courts, whichever the case may be.

Net Worth Assessments: Tax authorities generally issue such assessments if, upon verifying files from various departments, they notice discrepancies between the value of the taxpayer’s assets and the income declared by the same taxpayer. If you wish to contest a net worth assessment, we will assist you in the preparation of your file in order to clarify your situation for the tax authorities.

Request for Advance Ruling: If it is important to know with certainty the tax consequences of operations that are being contemplated, our tax team will prepare and present the appropriate request for advance ruling.

Voluntary Disclosure: In the eventuality that you wish to correct any discrepancies in your tax declarations, our tax team will be able to evaluate whether a voluntary disclosure is justified and if so, guide you through the process.

Did you know that...

If you wish to object to a Notice of Assessment, you must generally do so within 90 days from the mailing date of the Notice of Assessment ?

Tax authorities can usually issue a Notice of Reassessment to a corporation within three years from the mailing date of the first Notice of Assessment ?

Did you know that ...

The employer who wishes to dismiss an employee for serious reasons must ensure that the employee receives a written notice to this effect that will detail the reasons behind the dismissal, failing which, the employer will be unable to invoke the reasons which have not had been detailed if the employee contests the dismissal.


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2016 juillet 11

Non-competition and exclusivity clauses are having a hard time

On January 19, 2016, the Superior Court looked into a litigious situation which emphasises the importance of properly writing non-competition and exclusivity clauses, and the burden it can be to ensure they are respected.

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