Elie Roth is a partner in the Taxation law practice. He has expertise in all aspects of domestic and international tax planning, corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance. He regularly advises clients on cross-border transactions, structuring non-resident investment into Canada and outbound investment by Canadian multinationals.
Elie also has experience representing taxpayers in tax audit matters and in disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency and provincial taxation authorities, and acts as counsel in tax litigation matters. He has represented taxpayers in proceedings at the Tax Court of Canada, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Federal Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal levels.
Elie has advised governments, institutional investors, commodities and securities dealers, hedge funds, private equity funds, banks, insurance companies, pension plans, real estate developers, resource companies, manufacturers, entertainers, registered charities and endowments, Crown corporations and high-net-worth individuals, among others, on a wide variety of taxation matters.
An adjunct professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School, Elie teaches international tax law and taxation of real estate transactions (in the LL.M. program). He was selected to be the National Reporter for Canada on the taxation of international outsourcing transactions at the International Fiscal Association's October 2014 Global Congress in Mumbai, India. He speaks frequently at legal conferences on taxation issues in Canada, the United States and Europe.
Elie also advises clients on private company and personal planning matters. He acts as counsel to a number of charitable and non-profit organizations. He has been nominated as an Academician of The International Academy of Estate and Trust Law (TIAETL).
Elie has been designated a Derivatives Market Specialist (DMS) by the Canadian Securities Institute.
Elie's full bio is available here.