leads EY Law’s tax litigation practice and represents clients in disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency and provincial tax authorities, and before the courts. Prior to joining EY Law in 2008 as a partner, Daniel was a professor at the Faculty of Law, Western University (Canada), where he taught tax law. Daniel has served as a consultant to the OECD, the Auditor-General of Canada, and the Technical Committee on Business Taxation (Canada). He has written several books and articles, and spoken worldwide on various aspects of tax law and policy.
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