Andrew Rogerson, Principal

In 2006, after 25 years in practice, Andrew Rogerson founded the Rogerson Law Group.  The firm is flourishing and now has ten lawyers. The firm is the only Canadian member of the International Practice Group (IPG).

Andrew has been advising clients on Tax matters and Tax Disputes for many years, and has built a successful and busy practice.   He has a formidable reputation as a successful litigator, and has regularly represented clients successfully in the appeals and challenges involving tax assessments or other decisions by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).   Andrew has also established a successful niche practice in the law of Canadian Tax Residence and has spoken and written widely on the subject.

Tax is a critical feature in many legal problems where legal expertise is required, including restructuring & Insolvency; private client matters; tax objections, collections and liens, and so on.

Andrew represents clients as far afield as Dubai and London, where he visits regularly

Andrew spent his earlier years in practice working in insolvency and bankruptcy litigation.  This work increasingly grew to include asset protection with an international focus. With the global nature of life in the 21st century, and relationships and wealth that frequently transcend geographical boundaries – clients frequently need expert Tax advice from lawyers with international experience.  This is why Rogerson Law Group advises and represents so many clients with interests and family abroad.

Background

Andrew was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1981 by Middle Temple and served his pupillage in the Insolvency Chambers of Michael Crystal QC, at 3-4 South Square, Gray’s Inn. Since then, his extensive international legal experience includes practicing in South Africa, Australia, the Turks and Caicos Islands, Jersey (Channel Islands), Ontario, Alberta, and as a barrister in London. He is also a Fellow of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)

Interesting reading

Andrew is a known authority on the law of Canadian Tax Residence and has written and lectured widely, including:

Ruling on Residency

Tax Departure From Canada

Offshore Trusts and Canadian Taxes

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