Tim Clarke MA (ECON), LLB
Tim has litigated dozens of cases before the courts and has obtained hundreds of favourable settlements in tax disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency and the Department of Justice involving a broad spectrum of tax issues, including valuation, transfer pricing, and the general anti-avoidance rule.
He has been a regular lecturer and speaker on business and taxation law at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Certified General Accountants’ Association of British Columbia, Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia and at conferences sponsored by the Canadian Tax Foundation (CTF) with whom he serves as a governor and a member of the program committee for the CTF’s British Columbia Tax Conference (2010 through 2013) and conferences and membership committees.
He formerly served on the national conference program committee and as member of the Canadian Bar Association/Canada Revenue Agency Joint Discussion Group — Pacific Region. Before joining Moodys Tim was a tax litigator with a large regional full service law firm and with the Federal Department of Justice in Vancouver.
Having obtained bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics, he was employed as a macroeconomic modeler at the University of British Columbia before attending law school. In a previous life he pitched for the Washington State Cougars and in the Chicago Cubs organization and now serves as a director of Baseball BC, the Provincial Sport Organization for amateur baseball in British Columbia.