Robert Winters, concentrates in the areas of corporate reorganizations, personal and corporate tax planning, planning and implementation of tax-driven transactions and tax dispute resolution, with particular emphasis on international taxation including non-resident trusts. He also represents clients in their dealings with the CRA and appears before the Tax Court of Canada.
Rob has written and presented on many tax topics including the Crown’s priority claim on trust funds, estoppel and the timing of income recognition, rectification orders, and the use of retirement compensation arrangements. He assisted in the preparation of the successful leave application to the Supreme Court of Canada in the Redeemer Foundation case, and in the preparation of the Appellant’s factum.
Rob received a Joint Honours B.A. in Economics and History from McGill University and joined MKW upon receipt of his LL.B. degree from the University of Manitoba Law School in 1997. He was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1999 and admitted to partnership in 2005.Back