Marie-Claude is a partner of EY Law LLP and an eminent tax litigator in Quebec. She has practiced exclusively in tax controversy for over 10 years and has been involved with litigation issues at the stages of audit, appeals and has appeared both before the trial and appellate courts throughout Canada. Marie-Claude’s experience includes resolving sales & indirect tax disputes representing taxpayers in their dealings with the Quebec Revenue Agency and the Canada Revenue Agency. Her practice focuses on all forms of tax litigation and dispute resolution including issues relating to financial institutions, acquisition of control, general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR) assessments (federal & provincial), residency & permanent establishment issues, employee & shareholder benefits, GST/QST, native tax exemptions, as well as tax collections, taxpayer relief, voluntary disclosures, judicial reviews and third-party liability assessments. Marie-Claude is a member of the Quebec Bar and is a Member-at-Large of the Advocates’ Society Tax Litigation Practice Group. She graduated from McGill University with both a civil law and common law degree and has completed a specialized graduate diploma in tax law.