|Tier 1 - Canada|
|Blake, Cassels & Graydon|
|Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg|
|Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt|
|Tier 2 - Canada|
|Tier 3 - Canada|
|Norton Rose Fulbright|
|Tier 4 - Canada|
|Borden Ladner Gervais, Taxand Canada|
|Tier 5 - Canada|
|Aird & Berlis|
|Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer|
Patrick McCay is the national practice group leader at McCarthy Tétrault. Its tax team comprises 18 partners, nine associates and two of counsel. Among these are Nicole Platanitis and Justin Shoemaker, who joined the firm in 2016 and Jeremy Ho, who joined in 2017.
The firm offers strong tax expertise in areas of financial institutions, financial products, M&A, reorganisations, REITS and cross-border transactions. Its team of lawyers are situated in each of the four principle business cities in Canada: Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montréal.
In 2016, it advised Fairmont Hotels in a tax dispute with the Canada Revenue Agency. It also represented Club Intrawest in a case involving common law principles of agency law in relation to federal sales tax.
Members of the firm's practice are authors and have on advised on committees with senior government officials. The firm's lawyers have also provided recommendations to the Department of Finance on legislative amendments to Canada's tax laws.