As part of the talk, Sunita D. Doobay and Vitaly Timokhov of TaxChambers LLP will discuss, “Application of the New Income Splitting Rules to Real
Estate Investments and Businesses.”
The Law Society of Ontario’s talk will take place at the LSO, 130 Queen Street West, Donald Lamont Learning Centre, between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM – Eastern Standard Time, on November 20th, 2018.
For registration and further information about the event, please click here.
About the Presenters:
Sunita D. Doobay
Sunita D. Doobay heads TaxChambers LLP’s cross-border tax and private client group. As an advisor to closely held businesses, financial institutions and philanthropists in Canada, the United States and internationally, she advises on tax planning, estate planning, succession planning, wills and trusts. She also advises corporate clients on outbound structures whether it is from the U.S. or Canada. Sunita has over 20 years of expertise in both U.S. and Canadian income tax, U.S. estate and gift tax issues.
Sunita has been quoted in The Financial Post, The National Post, The Bottom Line, and her blog has been quoted in the Financial Times Alphaville blog. She has also appeared on CTV. She is the former co-editor in chief of Privately Held Companies and Taxes, TaxnetPro, Carswell, a division of Thomson Reuters. She sits on the board of Federated Press’s Personal Tax and Estate Planning Journal. She chairs the Net Investment Income Tax Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Canada and she is an advisory council member of New York University’s School of Law International Taxation program. She is a regular contributor to the Canadian Tax Highlights, a Canadian Tax Foundation Newsletter. She has published in ABA newsletters, Tax Analysts -Tax Notes International and in Conference for Advanced Life Underwriting’s newsletter CALU-INFOexchange. She is a Fellow of the American Bar Association and Co-Chair of the Tax Committee of the ABA SIL Tax Committee. She is also the current editor of the Tax Committee Section of International Law Year in Review.
Sunita is admitted to practice law in Ontario and the State of New York. She is also admitted to the U.S. Tax Court. She is currently an adjunct lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Queen’s University.
Sunita is the co-author, The 2014 Annotated Ontario Partnerships Act, Carswell, a division of Thomson Reuters, and a member of the Estate Planning Council.
Society of Step and Trust Practitioners; International Fiscal Association; American Bar Association; Canadian Tax Foundation; New York State Bar Trusts and Estate Law Section.
Vitaly Timokhov practises taxation law in Toronto. Vitaly is admitted to practice law in Ontario, Alberta, and New York State, and specializes in cross-border and corporate taxation.
Having studied law at Queen’s University, Vitaly graduated as a published tax author and a recipient of Canada’s National Tax Award. He continued to study taxation as a Gerald Wallace Scholar at New York University School of Law’s LLM Program in Taxation. During that time, he was appointed to serve as an Editor of the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics.
Since his studies and practising tax law, Vitaly has also taught international taxation as an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. As the author of over twenty peer-reviewed publications, Vitaly is also the principal author of one of the leading treatises on international taxation in Canada and the U.S., The Tax Advisor’s Guide to the Canada – U.S. Tax Treaty, published by Carswell Thomson Reuters.
His principal areas of practice focus exclusively on Canadian federal income taxation and tax planning, with an emphasis on international and domestic reorganizations, M&A and personal tax planning for Canadian and foreign-based corporations and individuals.
Vitaly has worked on the structuring and tax implications of domestic and international corporate/commercial transactions including inbound and outbound (foreign affiliate) acquisitions, divestitures, mergers, financings and reorganizations. Moreover, the taxation of financial instruments and tax-effective domestic and cross-border financing (both debt and equity, including hybrid and stapled instruments), international tax planning for non-residents carrying on business in Canada and for Canadian and the U.S. corporations carrying on business internationally, the taxation of U.S. citizens and U.S. green card holders in Canada, the taxation of trusts and estates, including non-resident trusts with Canadian beneficiaries and Canadian trusts, mutual funds and estates with foreign beneficiaries, Canadian tax implications arising on immigration to or emigration from Canada (including long- and short-term executive and employee relocations and immigration trusts (including post-2014 windups and trust conversion). Vitaly also represents taxpayers before the CRA, including audit support, appeals and obtaining advance tax rulings and technical interpretations.