Rachel Robert is an associate lawyer of EY Law LLP in Montreal and a member of the Tax Law Services group, where her practice focuses primarily on tax litigation.
Prior to joining EY Law LLP as an articling student in 2014, Rachel Robert graduated from University of Sherbrooke and has completed two cooperative internships with EY in the Human Capital department.
- Called to the Quebec Bar, 2014
- Master of Business Administration, University of Sherbrooke, 2013
- Bachelor of Civil Law, University of Sherbrooke, 2013
- SNF L.P. v. The Queen, 2016 TCC 12
- Kruger v. The Queen, 2015 TCC 119
- La Reine c. Salaison Lévesque inc., 2014 FCA 296 and 2014 TCC 36
- ”L’Agence du revenu du Canada est en droit d’exiger la documentation préparée aux fins de la provision pour passifs d’impôt éventuel” APFF, Stratège, vol. 20, issue 3, September 2015 (P.30)
- Section 144: Supply before release or supply after importation?, Commodity Tax News, vol. 22, issue 5, September 2015 (co-authored with Nicolas Désy)
- ”Invoices of Accommodation: The Salaison Lévesque Inc. Case” (Tax Planning International Indirect Taxes, June 2015)
- Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada v. The Queen, 2015 TCC 37: Truer Picture and Fair and Reasonable Method, Commodity Tax News, vol. 22, issue 4, May 2015 (co-authored with Nicolas Désy)
- Substantial Indemnity Costs and Settlement Offers in an “All-or-Nothing” Context : Transalta Corporation v. The Queen, 2013 FCA 285, February 2015 (co-authored with Marie-Claude Marcil)
- “Invoices of Accommodation: Important Win Before the Federal Court of Appeal for Couzin Taylor in the Salaison Lévesque Case”, Tax Alert 2015 Issue No. 3, January 21, 2015.
- “Sales recording modules (SRMs) – The Quebec experience”, Commodity Tax News, vol. 22, issue 1, November 2014.
- Member, Canadian Tax Foundation
- Committee of Young Practitioners, Canadian Tax Foundation
- Member, Association de planification fiscale et financière