Dominic Belley is a tax litigator. He has represented taxpayers in civil, commercial, administrative, criminal and constitutional matters before the Court of Quebec, the Quebec Superior Court, the Quebec Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Tax Court of Canada, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal as well as before the Supreme Court of Canada, as lead counsel for the appellant, the respondent and the intervener. He has argued over 100 cases on account of clients based in seven out of the 10 Canadian provinces. His areas of practice include income tax, goods and services tax, fuel tax, tobacco tax, collection measures, access to and protection of tax information, judicial review of ministerial decisions and rectification. He has over 10 years of experience in teaching at the University of Sherbrooke and the Quebec Bar School. He is a governor of the Canadian Tax Foundation and a member of the Tax Court of Canada’s Bench and Bar Committee. He is recognised in Chambers, The Legal 500, Best Lawyers in Canada and LEXPERT.