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$1.7 Million Civil Damage Award Against the CRA

Author: Michael H. Lubetsky

In this article first published by the Canadian Tax Foundation in (2018) 26:4 Canadian Tax Highlights, Davies partner Michael Lubetsky discusses the implications of the B.C. Supreme Court’s groundbreaking decision to award a family $1.7 million against the CRA for malicious prosecution.

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