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  • A Comment on Yesterday’s Mass Shooting at Douglas HighFebruary 15, 2018

    So, I thought that I would opine on the mass shooting at Douglas High School. As many of you know, I was raised in Broward County. Douglas opened the year after I graduated from Nova High. For the record, yesterday’s massacre was the 18th mass shooting in the United States in just the first 45 days … Read more »

  • Recipient of 2018 International Advisory Experts AwardJanuary 3, 2018

    I am pleased to announce that I have been selected as a recipient of a 2018 International Advisory Experts Award. It is gratifying to receive such an honor, one which I have worked very hard to achieve.  For several years, I have strived to provide diligent representation to clients on international … Read more »

  • Commentary on Recent Tax ProposalsAugust 1, 2017

    At this point, I am chiming in like many friends and acquaintances on recent tax legislation pending in Ottawa. Realize, I make these comments as someone with a progressive socio-economic-political ideology. Earlier, my friend, Andrew Younger posted comment on the controversial, proposed federal tax … Read more »

  • Constitutional: Published Comment in Chronicle-Herald Re: Constitutionality of Liquor FeesAugust 19, 2016

    Well, although I always cringe when a news article identifies me as an “expert” (lawyers are to refrain from any such classifications, except under unique circumstances), I suppose that I have been contacted in the past to issue expert opinions on matters involving Constitutional Law (also, I spent … Read more »

  • International: Note on Bill C-21 Amendments to Customs ActJuly 21, 2016

    In mid-June, Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness introduced Bill C-21 “an Act to amend the Customs Act.” Although the bill is a short one — in legislative terms, it carries dramatic impact on provisions to the Customs Act.  Where it is customary in my practice to focus on t … Read more »