International Tax Review names five Fasken Martineau partners as Tax Controversy Leaders

September 7, 2017

Toronto (Canada) – Five of Fasken Martineau’s partners are featured in the 7th edition of the International Tax Review’s Tax Controversy Leaders 2017 guide. This industry recognition demonstrates the strength of Fasken Martineau’s tax litigation bench, which is comprised of skilled and seasoned tax litigators capable of representing clients in courts across the country - something that significantly differentiates us from our competition.

Inclusion in the guide is exclusive, with a minimum number of nominations required in order to be listed. Entrants must also have been outstandingly successful in the past year, and must receive consistently positive feedback from peers and clients.

The five Fasken Martineau partners named as Tax Controversy Leaders for 2017 are:

Fasken Martineau’s Tax group comprises more than 40 professionals who practice tax law exclusively and boasts one of the most substantial complements of senior tax counsel. The group acts for clients in representations to Canadian, UK and foreign government officials in seeking advance income tax rulings, technical interpretations and advance pricing arrangements. The group also deals with and manages all phases of the tax dispute resolution process (audits and objections), including competent authority procedures. Most significantly, and what sets it apart from other law firms, is its tax litigation bench strength comprised of expert tax litigators with decades of courtroom experience at all court levels.

About International Tax Review

International Tax Review is a market leading publication serving the international corporate tax community and is an essential resource for corporate tax directors and executives, chief financial officers, tax lawyers and advisers, and officials.

About Fasken Martineau

Fasken Martineau is a leading international business law and litigation firm. With more than 700 lawyers, the firm has offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal, Québec City, London and Johannesburg. For additional information, please visit the firm's website at fasken.com.

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