Martin Gentile is a partner of tax litigation and tax controversy at KPMG Law LLP. Martin began his career in tax litigation in 1991 with the department of justice. He has handled many complex tax appeals cases. Those appeals dealt with software, real estate, donation programs, RRSP stripping’s or partnership losses, CDA Issues, GAAR and trust. Martin has appeared before the TCC, the Federal court, the Federal court of Appeal and the Supreme or Superior courts of various provinces. Before joining KPMG Law LLP in 2017 Martin was a senior lawyer for the DOJ in Montreal and in Canada. While at the DOJ, people often came to him for reference, for advice and counselling. He also sat on a variety of comities at the department, including tax avoidance and GAAR.
LLB – Université de Montréal
École du Barreau du Québec
Called to the Quebec Bar 1991
Martin has given training sessions on indirect auditing method at the department of Justice, at the CRA and for the judges of the Quebec court when they were creating their tax group.
Speaker at the Association de planification fiscale et financière and the Canadian Tax Foundation.