Apr 21, 2021
Osler is pleased to welcome back Amanda Heale to the firm’s Toronto office, where she is a partner in our National Tax Group. Amanda advises on tax issues related to international tax and transfer pricing, domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and tax controversy, litigation and dispute resolution. She has been involved in some of Canada’s most significant transfer pricing disputes, including the first and only transfer pricing case heard by the Supreme Court of Canada (Canada v. GlaxoSmithKline Inc., 2012 SCC 52). Amanda is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law where she teaches International Tax. She is also an instructor at the annual CBA Tax Law for Lawyers Conference and is a member of the CPA-CBA Joint Committee on Taxation. In 2004-2005, Amanda was a law clerk to the Honourable Morris J. Fish of the Supreme Court of Canada.
“We are thrilled to welcome Amanda back to our group of leading tax law professionals,” said Monica Biringer, Co-Chair of Osler’s National Tax Group. “Her deep experience and impressive track record will be invaluable in helping us develop innovative solutions to our clients’ most pressing business challenges.”
Throughout her career, Amanda has been recognized for her expertise and superior client service by a number of leading legal publications, including Chambers Canada, The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, The Lexpert Guide to the Leading U.S./Canada Cross-Border Corporate Lawyers in Canada, Lexpert Rising Stars, International Tax Review, Best Lawyers in Canada and Euromoney Americas Women in Business Law Awards. She is a sought-after speaker for tax-related conferences and is a frequent contributor to industry publications.
The Osler Tax Group is consistently recognized as a leading provider of tax law services in Canada and is ranked Band 1 by Chambers Canada and Tier 1 by International Tax Review’s World Tax Guide 2021. From our offices in Toronto, Montréal, Calgary, Ottawa, Vancouver and New York, our tax lawyers operate as an integrated unit and in partnership with our clients to develop sophisticated solutions to our clients’ most complex and important taxation issues. With close to 60 tax professionals, we are able to offer our clients expert advice on a broad range of taxation matters of importance to their business interests, including M&A, corporate reorganizations and restructurings; tax advisory services; tax controversy and litigation; transfer pricing; Canada/U.S. cross-border tax planning; and indirect tax.