Skip to content.

Stephanie Dewey joins National Tax Group

Toronto, January 4, 2021  – McCarthy Tétrault welcomes Stephanie Dewey to its Toronto office as a partner in the Firm’s National Tax Group. Stephanie’s addition to the team follows a year of significant growth at all levels of the National Tax Group, fortifying the Firm’s position as Canada’s premier corporate tax practice for large-scale planning mandates and complex litigation. With particular expertise advising multinational enterprises operating and investing in Canada, Stephanie’s deep technical knowledge will give new and existing clients timely advice in an environment of constantly changing tax laws.

Stephanie’s practice focuses on corporate tax planning, including the Canadian tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, reorganizations and financings. Her recent experience with cross-border advisory covers inbound structuring, employee mobility and withholding tax and tax treaty issues.

Clients can also look forward to working with a thought leader in Canadian tax law. Stephanie is a regular speaker and author on changes in the Canadian tax landscape. Stephanie most recently presented to the Tax Executives Institute (Houston Chapter) on Canadian tax law changes impacting multinational enterprises and co-authored the 2021 Chambers and Partners – Transfer Pricing Practice Guide.

“Stephanie’s addition to our team is in keeping with a strategy to add the very best tax talent in Canada to an already incredibly strong tax team, offering our clients unparalleled tax advice for their most complex tax matters,” said Raj Juneja, Co-head of the National Tax Group. “We’re excited to have Stephanie join us and assist our clients with precisely these sorts of matters.”

McCarthy Tétrault’s tax expertise and knowledge of Canada’s tax regime is  widely recognized. Our team is distinguished by its winning combination of exceptional experience in tax law planning and in tax disputes, making us a formidable presence in the courtroom and the boardroom. Helping clients navigate the tax aspects of domestic and cross-border public and private mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, financings and securitizations, and other transactions, we bring clarity and pragmatism to complicated tax issues that could otherwise derail business goals. Our expertise encompasses the entire gamut of tax controversies, concerning audits, requests for information, objections, searches and seizures and appeals. In working with us, clients gain a team with experience on some of the most complex tax issues and precedent-setting cases across the country. Learn more about our Tax Practice.