Pooja specializes in advising on tax litigation and dispute resolution matters. She has appeared in signiﬁcant cases at all levels of Court, and routinely represents clients in disputes before the Canadian tax authorities. In addition to tax controversy matters, her practice also includes advising on general corporate tax matters, and on Canadian tax issues particular to insurance organizations.
Pooja is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law and has lectured at Osgoode Hall Law School. She has also authored articles on a wide variety of topics regarding federal income tax matters, and is a contributing editor of Tax Litigation and the Toronto Law Journal.
Pooja is ranked as a leader in tax controversy by International Tax Review and was recognized by Benchmark Litigation as a rising star.