Kevin focuses his practice on domestic and international corporate tax issues, including M&A, corporate reorganizations, equity and debt financings, and income tax issues involving partnerships, trusts, and other investment vehicles. He brings a strong background in inbound and outbound transaction structuring and experience handling a range of mining industry tax matters — particularly flow-through shares.
As part of his M&A work, Kevin regularly counsels clients on corporate tax issues related to the use of exchangeable shares and the distribution of assets to shareholders. He also brings substantial experience providing guidance on flow-through limited partnership offerings.
Prior to joining the firm, Kevin was a partner with a Global 100 corporate law firm based in Toronto, where he was the editor of the firm’s tax bulletin. A member of the Canadian Tax Foundation and the International Fiscal Association, Kevin has authored or co-authored articles on a range of tax-related topics, including the Canadian tax implications of cross-border guarantees, exchangeable share transactions and partnerships.
Kevin earned his LL.B. at the University of Alberta, and his B.Com. at the University of British Columbia.