Law Firms Cambridge - Our company has more than 50 lawyers able to offer cost-efficient solutions and sound advise about various tax concerns. Within our country, we have among the biggest Tax Law Groups, and our team is multi-jurisdictional, multidisciplinary, and entrepreneurial.
Our lawyers come from varied backgrounds, bringing high levels of knowledge, expertise, in addition to sensitivity to their clients' difficult taxation needs. Our Tax Law Group represents clients in key trades including computer equipment, automotive, manufacturing and processing, software, gas and oil, banking and finance, and real estate. We are well positioned in new businesses like cleantech, greentech, and various growing technological areas.
Our company targets the five primary specialties: International Trade, Corporate Tax, Customs and Commodity Tax, Dispute Resolutions and Tax Litigation, Private Client Services, and Charities and Not-For-Profit. We maintain a wide network of global relationships and contacts, which allows us to successfully assist clients whose companies require cross-border and global transactions. Our presence at significant global and national tax conferences and seminars involves presentations on a variety of tax matters.
In our Corporate Tax specialty, we offer sound advice to clients regarding tax filings and tax risks. We have skill in the following fields: reorganizations of private and public companies; the implementation and structuring of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions and financings; real estate investment trusts (REITs); investment funds; income trusts and other entities; international tax; transfer pricing; cross-border taxation; and executive compensation concerns.
International Trade, Customs and Commodity Tax
When dealing with International Trade, Customs and Commodity Tax, we could assist on the numerous complicated sales tax transactions in fields such as import-export problems, commodity taxes, cross-border trade, trade remedy law (AD/CV), retail sales taxes, and property tax matters across all industries. We represent clients in complicated dispute resolution concerns with the tax departments. We are known for our practical, result-oriented method to resolving disputes, advance planning, assisting in voluntary disclosures, and income tax litigation. Our Group often makes representations before trade regulation bodies regarding international trade/import-export matters. Our clients benefit from our advice regarding customs compliance issues. These comprise such areas as preferential access rules of origin, tariff classification, and the calculation of value for duty. Our lawyers act for clients in customs seizures and AMPs (Administrative Monetary Penalties). The Tax Law Group includes Property Tax and Municipal Assessment lawyers who specialize in the laws relating to tax assessment and real estate, consisting of government relations, municipal law, leasing and development.
Our Tax Litigation lawyers often act for clients in issues before the Tax Court and the Federal Court of Appeal. Throughout the tax appeal process we assist clients in negotiations with CRA and IRS in addition to various taxing authorities at the notice of objection and audit phases. We have the objective of resolving disputes early in a cost effective way.
Private Client Services
Our Private Client Services specialty helps some of the most successful private family enterprises and individuals in their long-term in addition to daily planning. Our services encompass succession planning, estate planning, estate administration, personal tax, trust and estate litigation, incapacity and elder law.
Not-For-Profit and Charities
Our Charities and Not-for-Profit specialty comprises assisting domestic and international organizations with tax regulatory problems, like for example cross border financing. Our tax lawyers maintain government relationships which benefit the non-profit sectors and charities. We offer professional representation for charities in contentious audits. Our lawyers are called upon to make presentations at major sector and legal conferences, and to author charity tax books and articles.
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