Philippe Hamelin specializes in international and Canadian taxation, primarily with regard to dispute resolution. He is actively involved in major files regarding transfer pricing, SR&ED, various federal and provincial tax credit issues as well as the General Anti-Avoidance Rule. He is also involved in trial preparation and examinations for discovery.
Me Hamelin completed his law degree (LL.B.) at the University of Montreal in 2013 (cum laude; Dean’s Honour List) where he won the Barreau de Montréal prize for its excellence in civil law (1st of its class). A member of the Quebec Bar since 2014, he is on the Honour Roll of the Quebec Bar school having placed second at the Quebec Bar exam.
Conferences and Publications
Tsunami en RS & DE : jurisprudence récente importante
Association de Planification Fiscale et Financière (APFF), Annual Conference, Quebec City, October 9, 2015
“Roundtable with Revenu Quebec – Quebec SR&ED Symposium: Clarifications and Positions Taken by Revenu Québec”
Co-author, Stratège, June 2015
“Abeilles Service de Conditionnement Inc. v. The Queen: Support for Taxpayers Claiming SR&ED Tax Credits”
Stratège, March 2015
“Tax Credits in the Gaming Industry”
Co-author, Magasine MBA, January 2015
Roundtable on International Tax Law
Co-speaker, Association de Planification Fiscale et Financière (APFF), Annual Conference, Montreal, October 8, 2014
Canadian Tax Foundation (CTF)
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