Matthew has a tax litigation, tax planning and corporate practice. Having completed a judicial clerkship at the Tax Court of Canada, Matthew has gained considerable experience dealing with a range of tax issues, from complex tax structuring considerations to standard objections. He acts for clients in disputes against the Canada Revenue Agency, leveraging his experience at the Tax Court to carefully consider both sides of the matter. Passionate about this area of law, Matthew has shared the knowledge gained by authoring a number of articles for the Tax Hyperion Expert Insight.
Matthew was active amongst his peers and within the community during his post-secondary education by serving as President of the MBA Society at the University of New Brunswick, participating in the Tax Advocacy Project with Pro Bono Students Canada, and other volunteer activities. Amongst his academic accomplishments, Matthew was selected to complete a judicial internship with Honourable Justice Raymond T. French at the New Brunswick Court of Appeal.
Currently, Matthew is a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society and the Canadian Bar Association. Aspiring to stay active in the community, Matthew supports a number of community initiatives and is a member of the Auction and Executive Committees for the UNICEF Water for Life Gala. A proud Cape Bretoner, Matthew enjoys spending time with family and friends, and maintains an active lifestyle cycling, running and playing sports.
Jan 19, 2023
We updated this publication on February 13, 2023. By April 30, 2023, both Canadian and non-Canadian trustees, partners of a partnership,…
Oct 14, 2021
We are pleased to introduce our new 2021 associate lawyers to the McInnes Cooper team: Nicolette Belliveau, Colin Boyd, Tom Creagh, Savannah…