Join your colleagues and earn all of your Professionalism Hours at this popular annual program. Keep up to date by hearing about changes to the Rules of Professional Conduct that could impact you and gain insights into the latest case law developments on important ethical issues. Learn how to manage your client who is facing criminal charges arising from the same set of facts and other murky areas at the intersection of civil tax law and criminal law. Finally, get tips on how to approach the tricky line between tax planning and tax avoidance.
John Bassindale, Millar Kreklewetz LLP
Jeremie Beitel, Beitel Tax Law
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Professionalism and Ethical Issues for Tax Lawyers
Caterina Galati, Law Society of Upper Canada
Robert Kepes, Morris Kepes Winters LLP
Tax Lawyer Professionalism According to Judges
Mary Paterson, Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Eric Hendry, Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Criminal Considerations for the Civil Tax Practitioner
Christi Hunter, Heller, Rubel Barristers
Adrienne Woodyard, DLA Piper
When Does Tax Planning Cross the Line in to Tax Evasion?
Alan Schwartz Q.C., Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP