David Piccolo’s legal practice is dedicated to corporate tax planning and corporate reorganizations, with a unique emphasis on leveraging his extensive litigation experience. As a seasoned litigator, David has accumulated numerous reported cases before esteemed bodies such as the Tax Court of Canada, Federal Court, and Federal Court of Appeal. This wealth of experience equips him with a thorough understanding of the pitfalls that taxpayers may encounter when navigating transactions without sound advice.
Drawing upon his litigation background, David proactively guides his clients to avoid common mistakes, ensuring that they don’t inadvertently replicate errors that can arise during complex transactions. His dual role as both litigator and advisor positions him to provide comprehensive insights into income tax and GST/HST matters.
Certified Specialist in Taxation Law
David has been certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a specialist in Taxation Law. His academic journey includes earning a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, where he distinguished himself as the recipient of the Ronald Robertson Q.C. Memorial Tax Prize for the best research paper in the Tax Policy seminar.
David’s influence extends beyond the courtroom. He has authored several papers in the field of tax law. His works have been published in reputable publications such as The Supreme Court Law Review, the LSN Tax Law: Practitioner Series, and Taxnetpro, showcasing his commitment to advancing knowledge in the legal community.
David’s multifaceted approach makes him a trusted authority in corporate tax planning and reorganizations.