• 2009 Year-End Tax Planning for Investors, VOLUME 20, NUMBER 2, Canadian Current Tax, November 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Withholding Tax Systems”, Volume 19, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Treaty Shopping and the Concept of Beneficial Ownership in Double Tax Treaties”, Volume 19, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Audits and Investigations”, Volume 19, number10 , Canadian Current Tax,  July 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “The Madoff Scheme: Rob Peter to Pay Paul”, Volume 19, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Evasion or Fraud: Does It Really Matter?”, Volume 19, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “GAAR Trumps Westminster in Lipson”, Volume 19, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Determining Corporate Presence for Tax Purposes”, Volume 19, number 7, Canadian Current Tax,  April 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Transfer Pricing”, Volume 19, number 6, Canadian Current Tax,  March 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “2009 Indexation Adjustment for Personal Income Taxes”, Volume 19, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,  Feb 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Aspects of Equity Financing”, Volume 19, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,  Feb 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “The Nature of Tax Law”, Volume 19, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,   Jan1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Stock Dividents”, Volume 19, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,   Jan1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Profiling for Tax Audits”, Volume 19, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,   Jan1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “The Constitutional Power to Tax”, Volume 19, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,   Jan1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “Equity Financing: Corporate Aspects”, Volume 19, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,   Dec 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Year-End Planning for Business”, Volume 19, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,   Dec 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Use Your Losses to Advantage”, Volume 19, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,   Dec 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Excessive Executive Compensation”, Volume 19, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,   Dec 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Uncertainties Plague Cross-Border Investors”, Volume 19, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2008 (Newsletter) with Elinore Richardson and Pamela Cross
  • “2008 Year-End Tax Planning for Employees”, Volume 19, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Taxation for Damages”, Volume 19, number 1, Canadian Current Tax,  Oct 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “2008 Year-End Tax Planning for Investors”, Volume 19, number 1, Canadian Current Tax,  Oct 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Disclosure of Executive Compensation”, Volume 18, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Understanding Tax Rates”, Volume 18, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “The Legacy of Al Capone in Tax Law”, Volume 18, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Exchange of Fiscal Information Between Countries”, Volume 18, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Common Interest Privilege”, Volume 18, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Risks of Income Splitting”, Volume 18, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Choosing the Right Forum to Litigate Tax Cases”, Volume 18, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Conflicts in Corporate Litigation”, Volume 18, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  Jul 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Taxation of Income from Intellectual Property”, Volume 18, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  Jul 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Vanishing Stock Valuations”, Volume 18, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “GARR versus the Westminster Principle: Which Trumps?”, Volume 18, number 7 , Canadian Current Tax,  April 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Onus of Proof in Tax Litigation”, Volume 18, number 6, Canadian Current Tax,  March 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Havens, Money Laundering, & Terrorism”, Volume 18, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,  Feb 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Eluding Lenin’s Trap”, Volume 18, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,  Jan 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Planning for the New Year”, Volume 18, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,  Jan 1 2008 (Newsletter)
  • “Canada’s Bill of Rights for Taxpayers”, Volume 18, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Audits & Investigations”, Volume 18, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “2007 Year-End Tax Planning for Employees”, Volume 18, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Insider Trading”, Volume 18, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “A Progressive Tax System”, Volume 17, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Dual Retainers Can Be Hazards”, Volume 17, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “No Taxation Without a PE”, Volume 17, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Corruption Payments and Legal Obligations”, Volume 17, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  July 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Lawyers’ Conflicts in Corporate Litigation”, Volume 17, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  July 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Budget Proposal to Deny Interest Expenses for Foreign Investments”, Volume 17, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Taxing Canadian Citizens”, Volume 17, number 6, Canadian Current Tax,  March 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Gambling Gains”, Volume 17, number 6, Canadian Current Tax,  March 1 2007 (Newsletter)
  • “Changing Legal Demographics”, Volume 17, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Outsourcing India”, Volume 17, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Asset Protection”, Volume 17, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Planning for the New Year”, Volume 17, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “2006 Year-End Planning for Businesses”, Volume 17, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “2006 Year-End Tax Planning for Investors”, Volume 17, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “2006 Year-End Tax Planning for Employees”, Volume 17, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “The Legal Responsibilities of Accountants”, Volume 17, number 1, Canadian Current Tax,  Oct 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Financial Misfeasance”, Volume 16, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Backdating Stock Options”, Volume 16, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Deductibility of Legal Fees by Employees”, Volume 16, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  July 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Common Interest Privilege”, Volume 16, number 9, Canadian Current Tax,  June 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Outsourcing Legal Services”, Volume 16, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Singapore: The Next Financial Haven”, Volume 16, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Deductions for Legal Fees”, Volume 16, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,  Feb1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “Expert Opinions”, Volume 16, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,  Feb1 2006 (Newsletter)
  • “A Flat Income Tax”, Volume 16, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  1 Dec 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Finance Reduces Taxes on Dividends”, Volume 16, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  1 Dec 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “2005 Year-End Tax Planning for Employees”, Volume 16, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “2005 Year-End Tax Planning for Investors”, Volume 16, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “2005 Year-End Planning for Business”, Volume 16, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Constitutional Tax Disputes”, Volume 16, number 1, Canadian Current Tax,  Oct 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Childcare Expenses”, Volume 16, number 1, Canadian Current Tax,  Oct 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Certified General Accountants of Ontario Announces its 2005 Ivy Thomas Award Winner”, Volume 15, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Liability of Non-Lawyers for Legal Malpractice”, Volume 15, number 11 , Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Implications of the Gomery Inquiry”, Volume 15, number 11 , Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Distinctions Without a Difference”, Volume 15, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  July 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Profiling for Tax Audits”, Volume 15, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  July 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “The Injustice of Reverse Onus in Tax Law”, Volume 15, number 9, Canadian Current Tax,  June 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Profiling for Tax Audits”, Volume 15, number 9, Canadian Current Tax,  June1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Personal Liability of Directors”, Volume 15, number 6, Canadian Current Tax,  March 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Bribery and Corruption”, Volume 15, number 6, Canadian Current Tax,  March 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Have Some Madeira M’Dear”, Volume 15, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,  Jan 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Stock Options”, Volume 15, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,  Jan 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Charitable Donations for Disaster Relief”, Volume 15, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,  Jan 1 2005 (Newsletter)
  • “Valuation of Stocks”, Volume 15, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “The Barbados 2.5 Per Cent Solution”, Volume 15, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “The Nature of Tax Law”, Volume 15, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Liability of Professionals in Business Decisions”, Volume 14, number 11, Canadian Current Tax, Aug 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Whistle-Blowing by Lawyers”, Volume 14, number 11, Canadian Current Tax, Aug 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Legal Privilege”, Volume 14, number 8, Canadian Current Tax, May 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Expert Opinions”, Volume 14, number 8, Canadian Current Tax, May 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Restrictions on Charitable Donation Deductions”, Volume 14, number 7, Canadian Current Tax, April 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Liability of Professionals in Business Decisions”, Volume 14, number 6, Canadian Current Tax, March 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Judicial Independence”, Volume 14, number 5, Canadian Current Tax, Feb1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “A Lawyer’s Duty to Co-Clients”, Volume 14, number 5, Canadian Current Tax, Feb1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Penalties for Professional Advisors”, Volume 14, number 12, Canadian Current Tax, Sept 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Audits and Investigations”, Volume 14, number 12, Canadian Current Tax, Sept 1 2004 (Newsletter)
  • “Investor Confidence”, Volume 13, number 11, Canadian Current Tax, Aug 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Professional Practice Through a Corporation”, Volume 13, number 11, Canadian Current Tax, Aug 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Federal Court of Appeal Rules Non-Competition Payments Tax Free”, Volume 13, number 9, Canadian Current Tax, June 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Shelters”, Volume 13, number 9, Canadian Current Tax, June 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Whistle Blowing and Privilege”, Volume 13, number 9, Canadian Current Tax, June 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Taxation of Disability Payments”, Volume 13, number 9, Canadian Current Tax, June 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Deduction of Mortgage Interest”, Volume 13, number 8, Canadian Current Tax, May 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Professional Corporations”, Volume 13, number 7, Canadian Current Tax, April 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Double Taxation of Dividends”, Volume 13, number 7, Canadian Current Tax, April 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Art Donation Scams”, Volume 13, number 6, Canadian Current Tax, March 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Accounting: Principles vs. Rules”, Volume 13, number 6, Canadian Current Tax, March 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Accountants Are Not Privileged”, Volume 13, number 4, Canadian Current Tax, Jan 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Contingency Fees”, Volume 13, number 4, Canadian Current Tax, Jan 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Year-End Tax Planning for Employees”, Volume 13, number 3, Canadian Current Tax, Dec 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Year-End Tax Planning for Investors”, Volume 13, number 3, Canadian Current Tax, Dec 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Perks of Office”, Volume 13, number 1, Canadian Current Tax, Oct 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Income Trusts”, Volume 13, number 12, Canadian Current Tax, Sept 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Income Tax Audits”, Volume 13, number 12, Canadian Current Tax, Sept 1 2003 (Newsletter)
  • “Partnerships are relationships of Confidence”, Volume 12, Number 11, Canadian Current Tax, August 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “The Distinction Between Business and Personal Expenses”, Volume 12, number 9, Canadian Current Tax, June 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Voluntary Disclosure”, Volume 12, number 8, Canadian Current Tax, May 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Professional Corporations”, Volume 12, number 7, Canadian Current Tax, April 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “The Underground Economy”, Volume 12, number 6, Canadian Current Tax, March 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “How Independent are ‘Independent’ Auditors?”, Volume 12, number 5, Canadian Current Tax, Feb 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Goodwill Write-Offs” Volume 12, number 5, Canadian Current Tax, Feb 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Stock Options”, Volume 12, number 12, Canadian Current Tax, Sept 1 2002 (Newsletter)
  • “Opinion Disclaimers”, Volume 11, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Transfer Pricing”, Volume 11, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Spousal Cohabitation”, Volume 11, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “The Injustice of Reverse Onus in Tax Law”, Volume 11, number 9, Canadian Current Tax,  June 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Stock Options Bite Back”, Volume 11, number 9, Canadian Current Tax,  June 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Partnerships”, Volume 11, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Professional Corporations”, Volume 11, number 7, Canadian Current Tax,  April 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Law as Behavioural Science”, Volume 11, number 7, Canadian Current Tax,  April 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Rectification Orders”, Volume 11, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,   Feb 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “The Underground Economy”, Volume 11, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,   Feb 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Evasion & Money Laundering”, Volume 11, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,   Feb 1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Two-Lawyer Rule”, Volume 11, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,   Jan1 2001 (Newsletter)
  • “Capital Gains”, Volume 11, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Year-End Tax Planning”, Volume 11, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Frequent-Flyer Points”, Volume 11, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Internet Consumption Taxes”, Volume 11, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,  Nov 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Use of Stock Options in Portfolio Management”, Volume 10, number 12, Canadian Current Tax,  Sept 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “OECD Moves Against Tax Havens”, Volume 10, number 11, Canadian Current Tax,  Aug 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Personal Liability of Directors for Corporate Taxes”, Volume 10, number 10, Canadian Current Tax,  July 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Charitable Giving and Inflated Values”, Volume 10, number 9, Canadian Current Tax,   June 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Focus on International Tax”, Volume 10, number 8, Canadian Current Tax,  May 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Damages Exempt from Retail Sales Tax”, Volume 10, number 7, Canadian Current Tax,  April 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “The Scope of GARR”, Volume 10, number 7, Canadian Current Tax,  April 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “The Duty to File Tax Returns”, Volume 10, number 6, Canadian Current Tax,   March 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Myths”, Volume 10, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,   Feb 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Rates in the New Century”, Volume 10, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,  Jan 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Treatment of Payments for Domain Names and Related Damages”, Volume 10, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,  Jan 1 2000 (Newsletter)
  • “Year-End Tax Planning”, Volume 10, number 2, Canadian Current Tax,   Nov 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Spousal and Child Support”, Volume 10, number 1, Canadian Current Tax,   Oct 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • 2009 Year-End Tax Planning for Investors, VOLUME 20, NUMBER 2, Canadian Current Tax, November 1 2009 (Newsletter)
  • “The International Income Taxation of Electronic Commerce”, Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, Jan 1999 (Book: author)
  • “Insider Trading”, 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 11, August 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Selective Tax Breaks”, (1998-99), 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 11, August 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Rocky Stock Markets”, (1998-99), 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 10, July 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Limited Liability Partnerships”, (1998-99), 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 9, June 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Rage”, (1998-99), 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 8, May 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Taxation of Personal Injury Awards”, (1998-99), 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 6, March 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Bribery and Corruption” (1998-99), 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 6, March 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “The Tax Implications of Domain Names”, Volume 9, number 5, Canadian Current Tax,   Jan 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “International Income Taxation of Electronic Commerce”, Volume 9, number 4, Canadian Current Tax,   Jan 1 1999 (Newsletter)
  • “Ontario Legislature Validates Probate Retroactively”, Volume 9, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,   Dec 1 1998 (Newsletter)
  • “Adding Insult to Injury”, Volume 9, number 3, Canadian Current Tax,  Dec 1 1998 (Newsletter)
  • “The Distinction Between Business and Personal Expenses”, (1998-99), 9 Canadian Current Tax, No. 3, December 1 1998 (Newsletter)
  • “Foreign Income Reporting Requirements”, (1997-98), 8 Canadian Current Tax, No. 12, September 1 1998 (Newsletter)
  • “The Elusive Interest Deduction”, (1997-98), 8 Canadian Current Tax, No. 9,June 1 1998 (Newsletter)
  • “Taxation of Electronic Commerce”, (1997-98, 8 Canadian Current Tax, No. 6, March 1 1998. (Newsletter)
  • “Offshore Trusts”, (1997-98), 8 Canadian Current Tax, No.  5, February 1 1998. (Newsletter)
  • “Purposive Interpretation as a Weapon Against Tax Avoidance”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 8, No. 2, November 1 1997 (Newsletter)
  • “Avoiding Double Taxation” “Une Sarl Aux Etats-Unis”, CGA Magazine, October 1 1994, p. 45. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Moving the Goal Posts on Interest Deductibility”, CGA Magazine, April 1 1994, p. 30. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Corporate Share Capital Structures and Income Splitting: McClurg v. Canada”, Canadian Business Law Journal, Vol. 21, No. 3 (March 1993). (Journal article)
  • “Developments in the Law of Income Taxation:  The 1986-87 Term” (Jan 1988), 10 Supreme Court Law Review, p. 297; (Journal article)
  • “Developments in the Law of Income Taxation:  The 1985-86 Term” (Jan 1987), 9 Supreme Court Law Review, p. 487; (Journal article)
  • “Determining the `Fair Value’ of Corporate Shares”, Canadian Business Law Journal, Vol. 13, No. 2, p. 123 (Sept 1987); (Journal article)
  • “Determining the Value of Company Shares”, The Company Lawyer, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 66 (Jan 1987); (Journal Article)
  • “A Law That Taxes Our Understanding”, Canadian Lawyer, December 1 1986, p. 10; (Magazine)
  • “The Settlement Privilege”, Canadian Current Tax, Volume 6, No. 9, June 1 1996 (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Rates and Bracket Creep”, Canadian Current Tax, Volume 6, No. 6, March 1 1996 (Newsletter)
  • “Administrative Concessions on Non-Taxable Perks”, Volume 6, No. 6, March 1 1996 (Newsletter)
  • “Corporate Taxation in the NAFTA Countries”, CGA Magazine, February 1 1996 p.45 (Magazine Entry)
  • “Resulting Trusts”, Canadian Current Tax, Volume 6, No. 5, February 1 1996 (Newsletter)
  • “The Taxation of Relocation Payments”, Canadian Current Tax, Volume 6, No. 4, January 1 1996(Newsletter)
  • “Corporate Taxation in the NAFTA Countries” Three Parts in CGA Magazine, December 1995 – February 1996, December 1 1995 (Magazine Entry)
  • “The High Cost of Tax Financing”, Canadian Current Tax, December 1 1995, Volume 6, No. 3 (Newsletter)
  • “The Netherlands as an Offshore Centre”, Canadian Current Tax, December 1 1995, Volume 6, No. 3 (Newsletter)
  • “First GAAR Case an Easy Win for Revenue” Canadian Current Tax, October 1 1995, Volume 6, No. 1 (Newsletter)
  • “Jersey the Oldest Tax Haven”, Canadian Current Tax, September 1 1995, Volume 5, no. 12 (Newsletter)
  • “What Constitutes a Business?” Canadian Current Tax, Volume 5, No. 9 (June 1 1995) (Newsletter)
  • “The Long Arm of Section 160″, CGA Magazine, May 1 1995, p. 32 (Magazine Entry)
  • “New Directions in Tax Interpretation”, Canadian Current Tax, February 1 1995, Volume 5, No. 5 (Newsletter)
  • “Child Support Payments Not Deductible without Custody”, Canadian Current Tax, January 1 1995, Volume 5, No. 4 (Newsletter)
  • “Spousal Cohabitation”, Canadian Current Tax, December 1 1994, Volume 5, No. 3 (Newsletter)
  • “Income Taxation of Individuals in NAFTA Countries”, Two Parts in CGA Magazine, February – March, 1995; Feb 1 1995 (Magazine Entry)
  • “Surrogatum Principle Applies to Employment Source Income”, Canadian Current Tax, October 1 1994, Volume 5, No. 1 (Newsletter)
  • “Avoiding Double Taxation” “Une Sarl Aux Etats-Unis”, CGA Magazine, October 1 1994, p. 45 (Magazine Entry)
  • “Supreme Court Restores Balance in Statutory Interpretation”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 21 (September 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “Update on International Taxation”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 21 (September 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “United States Supreme Court Upholds Unitary Taxation”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 20 (August 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “The Scope of Employment Benefits”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 18 (June 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “Retiring Allowances”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 17 (May 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “Moving the Goal Posts on Interest Deductibility”, CGA Magazine, April 1 1994, p. 30 (Magazine Entry)
  • “Income Splitting Corporate Structures”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 15 (March 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “Does Supreme Court Expand Deductibility of Business Expenses in Symes?”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 14 (February 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “Carrying On Business In The United States: Choice of Form of Organization”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 13 (January 1 1994) (Newsletter)
  • “Residence for United States Income Tax”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 12 ( December 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Cross Border Pensions”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 10 (October 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Stock Options Exercised After Becoming Non-Resident”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 9 (September 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “International Employment Income”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 8 (August 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Liability of Shareholders for Corporate Taxes”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 7 (July 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “GAAR and the Purification of Corporations for the Capital Gains Exemption: Part I”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 6 (June 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Interest Deductibility: More Form Over Substance”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 5 (May 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Corporate Share Capital Structures and Income Splitting: McClurg v. Canada”, Canadian Business Law Journal, Vol. 21, No. 3 (March 1993) (Journal)
  • “House of Lords Permits Use of Parliamentary Materials in Statutory Construction”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 3, (March 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Using the Capital Gains Exemption for Matrimonial Settlements”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 2 (February 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Converting Salary into Management Fees”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 4, No. 1 (January 1 1993) (Newsletter)
  • “Personal Liability of Shareholders for Unpaid Corporate Taxes”, Canadian Current Tax. Vol. 3, No. 22, p. C 81 (October 1 1991) (Newsletter)
  • “Corporate Share Capital Structures and Income Splitting”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 3, No. 20 (August 1 1991). (Newsletter)
  • “Dividend Sprinkling Strategies”, CGA Magazine, July 1 1991, Vol. 25, No. 7, p. 49. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Who Benefits? Taxation of Shareholder Benefits”, CGA Magazine, January 1 1991, Vol. 25, No. 1, p. 45. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Supreme Court of Canada Strikes a Blow for Taxpayers, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 3, No. 12 (December 1 1990) p. J-55. (Newsletter)
  • “How Do Anti-Avoidance Rules Affect Pension Plans?” Benefits Canada, November 1 1990, Vol. 14, No. 9, P. 13. (Newsletter)
  • “Shareholder Benefits”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 3, No. 10 (October 1 1990) p. C-33. (Newsletter)
  • “Guardian of the Law: The GST General Anti-Avoidance Rule”, CGA Magazine, September 1 1990, Vol. 24, No. 9, p. 61. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Tax Act Provides Incentives for Charitable Donations” Law Times, June 18, 1990. (newspaper)
  • “Step Transactions and the GAAR”, CGA Magazine, July 1990, p. 34 (Part I); and August 1990, p. 25 (Part II). (July 1 1990) (Magazine entry)
  • “Transferring Assets to Avoid Taxes Can Harm Innocent Third Parties”, Law Times, April 23, 1990. (Newspaper)
  • “Matrimonial Settlements Pose Taxing Problem”, Law Times, April 9, 1990. (Newspaper)
  • “To Love, Honor or Pay”, CGA Magazine, April 1 1990, p. 28. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Structuring Matrimonial Settlements”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 3, No. 3 (March 1 1990) p. J-19. (Newsletter)
  • “Deducting Those Exotic Convention Expenses”, Law Times (Feb. 4, 1990). (Newspaper)
  • “Income Splitting Still Attractive Option for Taxpayers”, Law Times (February 19-25, 1990) p. 18. (Newspaper)
  • “The Power of Influence”, CGA Magazine, February 1 1990, p. 48. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Spousal Payments”, CGA Magazine, Sept. 1 1989, Vol. 23, No. 9, p. 44. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Lump Sum Matrimonial Settlements May Be Tax Deductible”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 32, August 1 1989. (Newsletter)
  • “Look at Leasing”/Credit-Bail, CGA Magazine, July 1 1989, p. 15. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Off-Shore Business Centres: The Barbados International Business Company”, Canadian Current Tax, May 1 1989, Vol. 2, No. 29. (Newsletter)
  • “Tax Havens: Black Sheep or Sleeping Beauties?” Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 27 (March 1 1989). (Newsletter)
  • “Federal Court Relaxes Rules on Deductibility of Fines and Penalties”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 20, p. J99 (Jan 1 1988). (Newsletter)
  • “GAAR: The Ultimate Tax Avoidance Weapon”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 16, p. C75 (Jan 1 1988). (Newsletter)
  • “Shareholder Agreements (Inter vivos)”, CGA Magazine, November 1 1988, p. 21. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Developments in the Law of Income Taxation: The 1986-87 Term” (Jan 1988), 10 Supreme Court Law Review, p. 297. (Journal)
  • “Take a Break and Save Tax Dollars”, Canadian Lawyer, November 1 1988, p. 39. (Magazine)
  • “Hard Times for Middle Incomes?”, Canadian Lawyer, February 1 1988. (Magazine)
  • “Buy-sell Shareholders’ Agreements”, CGA Magazine, March 1 1988. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Canadian Income Taxation: A Brief History”, CGA Magazine, May 1 1988. (Magazine Entry)
  • “How to Make Your Interest Tax Deductible”, Canadian Lawyer, May 1 1988. (Magazine)
  • “Developments in the Law of Income Taxation: The 1985-86 Term” (Jan 1987), 9 Supreme Court Law Review, p. 487. (Journal)
  • “Determining the ‘Fair Value’ of Corporate Shares”, Canadian Business Law Journal, Vol. 13, No. 2, p. 123 (Sept 1987). (Journal)
  • “Extending Time to File Notice of Appeal”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 8 (Jan 1 1987). (Newsletter)
  • “Illegal Search & Seizure: What Do We Do With the Tainted Fruit”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 7 (Jan 1 1987). (Newsletter)
  • “Obtaining Extension of Time to File Notice of Objection: The Palm Tree Begins to Wither”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 4 (Jan 1 1987). (Newsletter)
  • “Importing a Non-Resident Corporation’s Losses”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 4. (Jan 1 1987) (Newsletter)
  • “Income Tax Considerations Excluded in an Accounting for Profits”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Jan 1 1987). (Newsletter)
  • “The Meaning of ‘Minus’ in Tax Law”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Jan 1 1987). (Newsletter)
  • “Determining the Value of Company Shares”, The Company Lawyer, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 66 (Jan 1987). (journal)
  • “Stock Option Plans”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 36 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “Taxation of Employee Benefits”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 35 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “A Law That Taxes Our Understanding”, Canadian Lawyer, December 1 1986, p. 10. (Magazine)
  • “Windfall Gains and Inducement Payments”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 33 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “Sale of Franchises: Receipts on Account of Eligible Capital Property or Income from Business”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 32 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “Meaning of ‘Allowance’”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 30 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “Indirect Payments and Transfers of Income”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 28 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “The Demise of the Strict Interpretation Rule”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 28 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “Charitable Donations: What is a ‘Charitable Purpose’?”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 32 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “Deductibility of Legal and Accounting Fees in Defending Tax Evasion Charges”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 26 (Jan 1 1986). (Newsletter)
  • “Charitable Donations: What Constitutes a ‘Gift’?”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 3 (Jan 1 1985). (Newsletter)
  • “Notice of Objection: Extension of Time for Ignorance of the Law”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 23 (Jan 1 1985). (Newsletter)
  • “Common Law Piercing of the Corporate Veil To Individual Shareholders”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 22 (Jan 1 1985). (Newsletter)
  • “Minimum Tax: Is the Light Worth the Candle?”, Ontario Lawyers Weekly (Jan 1 1985) 5 Ont. Lawyers Wkly, No. 9, 6. (Newspaper)
  • “Payments In Kind and Barter”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 20 (Jan 1 1985). (Newsletter)
  • “Farm Losses – Chief Source of Income”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 19 (Jan 1 1985). (Newsletter)
  • “Re Campeau Family Trust: Two Wrongs Make a Right”, Estates and Trusts Quarterly, Vol. 7 (Jan 1985), p. 65. (Journal)
  • “The Taxation of Damages”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, Nos. 18 and 19 (Jan 1 1985). (Newsletter)
  • “Corporate Share Structures and Estate Planning”, Estate and Trusts Quarterly, Vol. 6 (1982-84), Jan 1982 p. 168. (Journal)
  • “The Demise of the Business Purpose Test”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 9 (September 1 1984). (Newsletter)
  • “Characterization of ‘Income from Business and ‘Income from Property”‘ Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 8 (August 1 1984). (Newsletter)
  • “Liability of Directors for Corporate Taxes”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 6 (June 1 1984). (Newsletter)
  • “Is There a Choice of Methods in Accounting for Interest Expenses”, Canadian Current Tax , Vol. 1, No. 5 (May 1 1984). (Newsletter)
  • “Step Transactions: An Emerging Doctrine or an Extension of the Business Purpose Test”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 4 (April 1 1984). (Newsletter)
  • Comment on Bronfman Trust v. The Queen, Estates and Trusts Quarterly, Vol. 6, 1982-84, Jan 1982 p. 247. (Journal)
  • “Employee Benefits”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 2 (February 1 1984). (Newsletter)
  • “Testamentary Transfers of Capital Property Between Spouses: When Does Property ‘Vest Indefeasibly’?”, Canadian Current Tax, Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 1 1984). (Newsletter)
  • “Illegally Obtained Evidence and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”, Canadian Current Tax, October 1 1983, Issues 41 and 42. (Newsletter)
  • “Personal services business income: the ‘incorporated’ employee / Revenus tires d’une entreprise de services personnels: L’employe ‘constitue en societe’” CGA Magazine,Vol. 17, No. 10, October 1 1983. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Alimony Payments: ‘Payable on a Periodic Basis”‘, Canadian Current Tax, October 1 1983, Issues 39 and 40. (Newsletter)
  • “Search and Seizure”, Canadian Current Tax, September 1 1983, Issues 35 and 36. (Newsletter)
  • “Corporate Share Structures and Estate Planning”, Estates and Trusts Quarterly, Vol. 6, 1982-84, Jan 1982 p. 168. (Journal)
  • “Interest expenses/Frais d’interet”, CGA Magazine, Vol. 17, No. 7, July 1 1983. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Deductibility of Interest Expense”, Canadian Current Tax (Butterworths) July 1 1983. (Newsletter)
  • “Taxing farm property/L’imposition de biens agricoles”, CGA Magazine, Vol. 17, No. 6, June 1 1983. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Testamentary Transfers of Capital Property Between Spouses”/Les transferts de biens a un conjoint: Les regles d’attribution, CGA Magazine, Vol. 17, No. 4, April 1 1983. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Property Transfers Between Spouses: The Attribution Rules”/des transferts de biens a un conjoint: Transferts par testament, CGA Magazine, Vol. 17, No. 3, March 1 1983. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Inter-Vivos Transfers of Capital Property Between Spouses”/des transferts de biens a un conjoint: transferts entre vifs, CGA Magazine, Vol. 17, No. 2, February 1 1983. (Magazine Entry)
  • “Recent Changes in the Taxation of Employees”, Canadian Current Tax (Butterworths, January 1 1983). (Newsletter)
  • “Income From Office and Employment”, Materials on Canadian Income Tax, 5th Ed., Richard De Boo Ltd., (Jan 1983). (Book Chapter)
  • “The Determination of Capital Gains”, Canadian Current Tax (Butterworths, December 1 1982). (Newsletter)
  • “Inter-vivos Transfer of Farm Property by a Farmer to His Child “, Canadian Current Tax (Butterworths, December 1 1982). (Newsletter)
  • “Transfer of Shares of the Capital Stock of a Small Business Corporation”, Canadian Current Tax (Butterworths, December 1 1982). (Newsletter)
  • “Charities and Political Activities”, Canadian Taxation, Vol. 3, No. 3 (Sept 1981). (Journal?)
  • “A Framework for the Formulation of Income Tax Policy”, Canadian Taxation, Richard De Boo Ltd. (Jan 1981). (Book Chapter)
  • “The Measurement of Income: General Principles”, Canadian Taxation, Richard De Boo Ltd. (Jan 1981).
  • “Universality and Selectivity in Tax-Transfer Programs”, Canadian Taxation, Vol. 2, No. 3 (Sept 1980). (Journal?)
  • “Taxation of Private Corporations and Their Shareholders”, Canadian Income Tax (Butterworths, Jan 1980). (Book Chapter?)
  • “Taxation of Corporations and Their Shareholders”, Canadian Income Tax (Butterworths, Jan 1980). (Book Chapter?)
  • “Capital Gains”, Canadian Income Tax (Butterworths, Jan 1979). (Book Chapter?)
  • “Taxation of Public Corporations and Their Shareholders”, Canadian Income Tax (Butterworths, Jan 1979). (Book Chapter?)
  • “Intra-Family Property Transfers: Income Tax and Estate Planning Aspects, Tax Planning and Management, Canadian Income Tax (Butterworths, Jan 1979). (Book Chapter?)
  • Case Annotation on Cirella v. The Queen, Vol. 4 C.C.L.T., p. 66 (May 1978). (Journal)
  • “Tax Factors in Personal Injury and Fatal Accident Cases: A Plea for Reform”, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3, p. 723 (November 1978). (Journal)
  • “Public Policy Limitations on the Deductibility of Fines and Penalties: Judicial Inertia”, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1, p. 19 (June 1978).(Journal)
  • “Tax Planning for Dispositions of Depreciable Property at Death”, Alberta Law Review, Vol. xv, No. 2, p. 313 (Jan 1977). (Journal)
  • “Characterization of Wrongful Dismissal Awards for Income Tax”, McGill Law Journal, Vol. 23, No. 1, p. 43 (Jan 1977). (Journal)
  • Case Comment on Mastronardi v. The Queen, 76 D.T.C. 6306, Estates and Trusts Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 4 (March 1977). (Journal)
  • “Spousal Trusts”, Nova Scotia Law News, Vol. 3, No. 4, p. 5 (Feb. 1977). (Journal)
  • “Intra-Family Property Transfers”, Nova Scotia Law News, Vol. 3, No. 2, p. 2 (Oct. 1976). (Journal)
  • “Taxation of Personal Injury Awards: A Wiry Methuselah”, Dalhousie Law Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2, p. 385 (Oct. 1976). (Journal)
  • “Tax Consequences of Compensation Policies”, Alberta Law Review, Vol. xiii, No. 2, p. 111 (Jan 1975). (Journal)
  • “Corporate Distributions to Stockholders”, Alberta Law Review, Vol. xii, No. 3, p. 301 (Jan 1974). (Journal)
  • “An Analysis of General Movements in Stock Prices”, Journal of Business Administration, Vol. 4, No. 1, p. 35 (U.B.C., Sept 1972). (Journal)
  • “Share Capital Structure of Closely-Held Private Corporations” (Jan 1 1996), 7 Can. Curr. Tax 7. (Newsletter)
  • Krishna, Vern.  “Perspectives on Tax Policy”.  In Brian G. Hansen, Vern Krishna and James A. Rendall, eds.,Essays on Canadian Taxation.  Toronto:  Richard De Boo, Jan 1978. (Book Chapter)