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Maude Lussier-Bourque

Maude Lussier-Bourque

Associate, Tax


Contact Information

MLussierBourque@osler.com

tel: 514.904.5644

Office

Montréal

Areas of Expertise
Bar Admission

Québec (2016)

Education
  • HEC Montréal, LL.M. Taxation
  • University of Sherbrooke, LL.B.
Language(s)
French, English

Maude is an associate in the Montréal office and a member of the Tax group. Maude’s practice focuses primarily on tax litigation and resolving disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency and the Quebec Revenue Agency. Maude also represents clients before the Tax Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Quebec Court.

Prior to joining Osler, Maude worked as an associate at a law firm affiliated to an important accounting firm. Maude completed her articling as a judicial law clerk at the Tax Court of Canada in Ottawa where she worked for the different Justices of the Court.

  • Committee of the Flash Fiscal publication, APFF

  • Barreau du Québec
  • Canadian Tax Foundation
  • Association de planification fiscale et financière
  • Young Bar of Montréal
  • Jeune Chambre de Commerce des Femmes du Québec

  • « L’affaire Iggillis Holdings : la Cour d’appel fédérale confirme le privilège d’intérêt commun dans un contexte transactionnel » (2018) Revue Stratège, vol. 23, No. 2 (co-authored)
  • « GST/HST liability : The importance of terms used in contracts » Commodity Tax News, vol. 25, issue 4, May 2018 (co-authored)
  • « Credit notes within the meaning of the ETA: Part II » Commodity Tax News, vol. 25, issue 3, March 2018 (co-authored)
  • « L’affaire Univar : la Cour d’appel fédérale infirme la décision de la Cour canadienne de l’impôt en matière d’application de la règle générale anti-évitement à un dépouillement de surplus transfrontalier » (2017) Revue Stratège, vol. 22, No. 4.
  • « Credit notes within the meaning of the ETA » Commodity Tax News, vol. 24, issues 5-6, September 2017 (co-authored)
  • « Le recours en rectification dans un contexte fiscal grandement restreint par la Cour suprême du Canada » (2017) Revue Stratège, vol. 22, No. 1.