Noah joined the Rogerson Law Group after working at one of Toronto’s foremost tax litigation boutiques. He has significant experience in tax law, specializing in tax controversy, dispute resolution and litigation. Noah also has tax planning experience with a particular focus on the taxation of corporations, trusts and estates.
Noah was called to the Ontario Bar in 2016, after working in the Discipline and Professional Regulation Division of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Noah welcomes the opportunity to assist Hebrew speakers with legal matters in Ontario.
Noah holds an LL.M in tax law from Osgoode Hall Law School, a JD from the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law – Common Law Section and a BA (Hons.) from McGill University, where he studied Political Science and graduated with Distinction.
Media and Publications
Noah’s work has recently been published in the Canadian Tax Journal, which is highly selective and subject to peer-review.
- Revisiting the Computation of Interest for Loss Carrybacks Canadian Tax Journal (2022) 70:1, 187