Chris Karopoulos is an Associate with Rosen Kirshen Tax Law.
Chris advises individual taxpayers and corporate clients on various aspects of domestic and international taxation and provides effective representation on a broad range of disputes with both provincial and federal tax authorities. Prior to joining the firm, Chris completed a summer internship at a private equity firm and articled at a civil litigation boutique in downtown Toronto.
Chris received his Juris Doctor from Queen’s University Faculty of Law. While there, he was an Editor with the Queen’s Law Journal. Prior to law school, Chris studied Philosophy at York University, graduating summa cum laude. While at York, he was President of the Pre-Law Society.
In his free time, Chris enjoys sailing the Mediterranean and expanding his wine, book, and art collections.
2189788 Ontario Inc. v. HMQ, 2015-5012(IT)G – Tax Court of Canada (Appellant income reduced by $4.53 million dollars which was 85% of what CRA assessed as unreported income)