“A thorough and meticulous tax lawyer.”
Ken Snider* is a partner in the Tax Group. His practice focuses on corporate taxation, with an emphasis on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, reorganizations, inbound and outbound investments, and resource and real estate investments. His clients include multinational corporations, the Canadian federal government, tax-exempt institutions, First Nations, and private equity funds.
He is listed in Law Business Research's The International Who's Who of Corporate Tax Lawyers and The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers, appears in Chambers Global and Chambers Canada as a leader in the area of tax, and has been awarded Martindale-Hubbell's highest accolade, an AV Preeminent™ rating, for his legal expertise and professional reputation.
Ken has been a speaker at many conferences including those of the Canadian Tax Foundation, The Canadian Institute, Infonex, the Council for International Tax Education and The Law Society of Upper Canada, and has lectured at the University of Western Ontario Law School. He is a contributing editor of CCH International Tax Newsletter, and has been widely published on a variety of tax topics in a number of Canadian and U.S. publications, including the Canadian Tax Journal, Journal of Taxation of Investments, and Tax Notes International. Recent publications include: "Back-to-Back Rules in the 2016 Federal Budget" (2016), “A Ploy for a PLOI for a Canadian Corporation and a Non-Resident Shareholder” (2015), "Anti-Treaty Shopping Proposals - Will Canada be Violating its Tax Treaties?" (2014), Foreign Exchange Revisited (2013), Principal Differences in the Tax Treatment of Public Corporations, Private Corporations and Canadian-Controlled Private Corporations (2013), July 25, 2012 Proposed Amendments to Paragraph 214(3)(f) – Withholding Tax on Trust Distributions to Non-Resident Beneficiaries (2012), Ontario Adopts New 'Wealth Tax' (2012), and Recent Developments in Canadian International Taxation (2012).
*denotes Professional Corporation