Universal Barter Group (“UBG”) – Milot Law Tax Court Litigation Group

Milot Law is representing dozens of taxpayers in litigation in the Tax Court of Canada relating to the UBG program through the use of test cases.

Milot Law is the lead case law firm and has been representing Canadians in the Tax Court of Canada since 2014 on this issue. We have the experience and expertise to continue to litigate this file.

If you are reading this, you probably received a Notice of Confirmation which requires Taxpayers to file a Notice of Appeal in the Tax Court of Canada within 90 days of the Confirmation’s mailing date.

If you would like to join the Milot Law Group, we require a retainer of $3,000 plus HST ($3,390), plus any court filing costs.

Our goal is to file all required appeals, ask that those appeals be held in abeyance, and use a group format to fund the litigation of the remaining test cases.

Our goal is to file all required appeals, ask that those appeals be held in abeyance, and use a group format to fund the litigation of the remaining test cases.

The Milot Law Group significantly assisted in moving the litigation forward, including the following:

  • filing Notices of Appeal,

  • responding to 3 motions brought by the Department of Justice (“DOJ”),

  • reviewing Replies,

  • responding to the DOJ’s demands for particulars,

  • participating in dozens of case management calls that required substantial preparation,

  • drafting Lists of Documents,

  • producing copies of the Appellants’ documents to the DOJ (which involved considerable disbursement costs),

  • reviewing thousands of pages of the DOJ’s disclosure,

  • engaged in Section 174 discussions, and,

  • working to reach a Partially Agreed Statement of Facts (“PASF”) with the DOJ.

The remaining steps include finalizing the PASF, completing the discovery process, dealing with any pre-trial motions or applications, and possibly litigating a trial (if a settlement cannot be reached).

If you have any questions or wish to join the Milot Law Group, please contact us at 416-601-1002.

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