GWBR partners with De Grandpré Chait to create an expanded tax law group
GÃ©rard, a lawyer who covers all matters relating to Canadian and cross-border tax law, works on tax matters related to corporate reorganizations, estates, indirect taxes, intellectual property and tax credits and assists with the ‘analysis and development of tax planning strategies. Admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2018, he graduated from the University of Montreal with a Bachelor of Laws, from HEC Montreal with an LLM in Taxation, the Harvard Law School Negotiation Program and the London School Law Department. of Economics.
GWBR’s Judith Cohen and Haviva Yesgat will also join De GrandprÃ© Chait’s litigation group to complement it with family law legal services.
Cohen, of counsel, has appeared in court for over two decades and has experience in family litigation, estate litigation and general civil litigation. Cohen obtained her law degree from the University of Montreal in 1996 and her admission to the Quebec Bar in 1998. Yesgat, lawyer specializing in civil litigation and family law, obtained her law degree from the University of Montreal in 2019 and his admission to the Quebec Bar in 2020.
“Beyond the skills and the many recognitions of these new lawyers, it is a feeling of shared human and professional values ââthat made possible the creation of this incredible new team of tax law“, declared Martin Raymond, partner and vice -Chairman of the board of directors of De GrandprÃ© Chait. directors.
The move aims to constitute a new team, made up of more than 20 tax law professionals, drawing on GWBR’s experience in tax, estate and business law and on De GrandprÃ© Chait’s know-how in real estate, business. , construction, taxation, litigation, municipal and expropriation law and insolvency and restructuring law.