McGill University (Bachelor of Engineering, 1971. Bachelor of Civil Law, 1978). Spoken languages: English, French and Polish.
Worked at BRAMAN BARBACKI MOREAU s.e.n.c. (Montreal, QU) specializing in Business, Taxation and International Practice. Foreign Investments, Commercial Litigation and Labour Law.\r\nAdmitted to the bar, 1979, Quebec.
Speaker and Author: "Estate Freezing in the Light of Recent Income Tax Changes," Annual Meeting of Canadian Tax Foundation, 1986. "Capital Gains and Capital Gains Exemptions," Quebec Tax Conference, 1990.\r\n"Changes to the 21-Year Rule Deemed Disposition for Trusts," Canadian Tax Foundation, 1991. Author, "Use it or lose it? $400,000.00 Capital Gains Exemption," California Magazine, July 1989.
Lecturer: "Tax Courses", Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (C.I.C.A.): Corporate Reorganizations, 1979, Section 85, 1980.\r\nEstate Planning, 1981. Partnerships and Corporate Reorganizations, 1982. Deceased Taxpayers, 1982.\r\nEstate Planning, 1982.
Member: Montreal, Quebec and Canadian Bar Associations. Canadian Tax Foundation.\r\nBRAMAN BARBACKI MOREAU s.e.n.c., founded in 1973, is a business law firm offering a commercial clientele value-added service for domestic and international opportunities, based on: the very best in legal skills and techniques. A flexible and responsible attitude to our clients.
A special emphasis on small and medium-sized businesses and their owner-managers.
Member: Montreal, Quebec and Canadian Bar Associations. Canadian Tax Foundation.