McGill University; University of Ottawa (Bachelor of Laws, 1979). New York University (Master of Laws in Taxation, 1983). Spoken languages: English.
Working as a partner of PHILLIPS & VINEBERG. Gary J. Gartner, born Montreal, Quebec, April 30, 1956. Admitted to bar, 1981, Ontario and Alberta. 1984, New York (Not admitted in Quebec).
Education: McGill University. University of Ottawa (Bachelor of Laws, 1979). New York University (Master of Laws in Taxation, 1983).
Book: "United States. Tax Reform - The Canadian Perspective," in co-authorship with Nathan Boidman, published by CCH Canadian Limited, October 1987. Article: "Impact of the New Regulations Under Code Section 367 on United States.
Investment in Canada," in Co-Authorship with Nathan Boidman, Tax Management International Journal, Volume 15, No. 9, September, 1986. Editorial Functions: "Canada-United States. Tax Practice - A Cross Border View,” Monthly Feature Co-Edited with Nathan Boidman, published by Tax Management International, 1986.
Lecturer: "Cross-Border Real Estate After United States. and Canadian Reform," Co-speaker for CCH Canada Limited Seminar, Toronto, Canada, November 20, 1987. "United States. Tax Reform - The Impact for Canadians," Co-speaker: for CCH Canada Limited Seminar, Toronto, (January 13, 1987) and Montreal (January 14, 1987). "Electronic Funds Transfers - A Canadian Perspective," at the International Bar Association XXI Biennial Conference.
For CCH Canada Limited Seminar, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 27, 1988, "Canada-United States. Tax Practice-Tax Reform Update and Recent Developments". Speaker for Insight Educational Services, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 2, 1988, "Partnership Taxation".
Member:; Admitted to the bar, 1981, Ontario and Alberta. 1984, New York (Not admitted in Quebec).
Member: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. International, Canadian, New York State (Chairman, Section on International Law and Practice, Tax Subsection) and American Bar Associations. Canadian Tax Foundation.
International Fiscal Association.