We invite you to join us for a discussion of tax dispute resolution considerations for both solvent and insolvent clients – an event sponsored by WeirFoulds LLP.
Why and how the CRA is a different and sometimes unexpected kind of creditor
Cost effective Resolution techniques for a solvent client
When CRA debts lead to insolvency
2 hours of Professional Development credits
A discounted rate thanks to our host, WeirFoulds LLP.
Senior professionals expert in their field will be presenting
Experienced, engaging speakers
Presenters represent two excellent firms
Great presenters, PD hours, networking reception after, all for $40! Great deal
Post presentation social networking:
Meeting your colleagues for wine and cheese after the presentation
Network with the presenters and their firm
Ryan L. Morris, Co-Chair Tax Practice, WeirFoulds LLP
Bryan Gelman, Co-Founder, Albert Gelman Inc.
A special thank you to WeirFoulds as our sponsor for this event. Sponsorship allows us to cost effectively bring high-quality professional development and networking events to you.
Ryan L. Morris - Co-Chair Tax Practice at WeirFoulds LLP
Ryan is a tax partner and Co-Chair of the firm's Tax Group. His legal practice focuses on various areas of domestic and international taxation, including advising on mergers and acquisitions, structured investment products, financings, estate plans, employment tax issues and a broad range of corporate tax matters. Ryan also represents clients with voluntary disclosures, audits and appeals, and he has been lead counsel at every level of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Ryan regularly presents on income tax topics at conferences and other venues, and has been quoted in national publications on income tax matters. Ryan is the Tax Editor of Ontario Corporate Law & Practice and is also the co-editor and a frequent contributor to the Current Cases feature of the Canadian Tax Journal, the flagship research publication of the Canadian Tax Foundation.
Bryan Gelman - Co-Founder at Albert Gelman Inc.
Bryan Gelman is a co-founder of Albert Gelman Inc. and focuses his practice on the insolvency and restructuring of small to medium size owner operated businesses and individuals who need assistance with their financial affairs.
Bryan is very involved with accountants, tax practitioners and other professionals to assist them in understanding the value that his business can provide to their clients with a better understanding of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency rules and regulations. He regularly presents to small and large groups of accountants and lawyers and in 2015 was selected to present at the 2015 Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference which is sponsored by TorontoJobs.ca, Microsoft and many other established companies.
As an active volunteer, Bryan was formerly on the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Treasurer of JVS Toronto, which is a not for profit organization.
Bryan was recently featured in My Business magazine and frequently blogs about the latest issues affecting his clients.
Thu, June 1, 2017
3:00 PM – 6:30 PM EDT
66 Wellington Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5K 1B7
$40.00 per session.