Dominic Belley is a tax litigator. He has appeared as lead counsel in civil, criminal or constitutional matters in more than 100 cases, for the account of clients in 7 out of 10 Canadian provinces. He has argued 4 cases before the Supreme Court of Canada between 2012 et 2017
His areas of practice include income tax, goods and services tax, fuel tax, collection measures, access to tax information, judicial review and rectification.
He teaches tax law at the University of Sherbrooke and the Quebec Bar.
He has published and given speeches in Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and France.
He has law degrees from McGill University.
He lives in Montréal.