Arash has a strong Tax practice, with years of experience successfully representing clients before a variety of administrative boards, courts and tribunals. He also focuses on Bankruptcy law.
Arash advises clients on Tax matters and Tax Disputes, advising and representing clients in appeals and other challenges involving tax assessments, tax audits, and other decisions by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Tax is a critical feature in many legal problems where legal expertise is required, including bankruptcy, restructuring and insolvency; private client matters; tax objections, collections and liens, and so on. Arash will help you deal with what can be a distressing and stressful Tax issue.
With a business administration background, Arash brings a unique perspective to many of his clients’ legal problems. With an emphasis on providing a fast but professional service, Arash is well placed to offer his clients a prompt, efficient and high-level solution to their legal issues.
Arash is fluent in Persian, with an intermediate understanding of Japanese. He works from the Toronto office of Rogerson Law Group.
Arash’s professional history includes working for companies ranging from small businesses to large, multinationals. Notably, he has worked at the Canadian corporate head office of Mitsui & Co Ltd, McDonald Dettwiler and Associates Ltd (MDA), and Sun Microsystems of Canada (subsequently acquired by Oracle).
Arash is an engineering undergraduate, and later graduated from the joint JD/MBA program at Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business. During his studies, he gained international legal experience through an International Business Law exchange at the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg Germany.
Japan to the Middle East
Arash has travelled extensively – from Japan to the Middle East; to Europe and North America. His travels have earned him a broad perspective on life and practice, along with reading widely, and his deep interest in and understanding of history, current events and world events.
Arash writes on legal issues for the media. Representative articles include:
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