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  • Service: Tax, M+M Tax Law Services - Moscowitz & Meredith LLP
  • Date: 1/8/2012

Listen to KPMG’s Webcast Replay: Understanding the impact of the Copthorne Case on GAAR and Tax Planning 

Although the General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR) has been a fixture in the Income Tax Act for over 20 years, the interpretation of how broadly the rule can be applied is evolving. The decision in the Copthorne case has been the fourth time the Supreme Court of Canada will have considered the scope of GAAR.

On Thursday, January 5th, 2012, senior tax lawyers Evy Moskowitz (Toronto), Denis Lacroix (Montreal) and Mark Meredith (Vancouver), from KPMG's affiliated law firm Moskowitz & Meredith, provided their insights and analysis on the Supreme Court's decision on Copthorne and discussed the impact on the scope of GAAR and the Copthorne case for existing and future tax planning.


If you were unable to join the webcast, an archived version of it and a copy of the presentation are now available for access at any time. To access a copy of the presentation, click here [PDF 699Kb].


Please note that you need to register to view the webcast replay and download the presentation.


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