Shaun T. MacIsaac, Q.C., Principal
Over the last twenty years, Shaun T. MacIsaac, Q.C., has represented taxpayers in transfer pricing disputes, and has appeared as lead counsel a number of transfer pricing litigation cases. Mr. MacIsaac was counsel in the case of Alberta Printed Circuits Ltd. v. Her Majesty The Queen, decided by the Tax Court of Canada in April of 2011 that made many practical contributions to the transfer pricing field, including the use and proof of OECD methodologies, proof of the value of intangibles, and the relationship between the OECD Guidelines and domestic tax laws. He has also been counsel in other Canadian transfer pricing cases, including a case brought to the Federal Court of Appeal. He has resolved leading oil and gas transfer pricing tax appeal cases by concluding settlements with counsel to the Canada Revenue Agency in 2020.
Shaun MacIsaac’s practice involves advising clients in the management and resolution of transfer pricing disputes at the audit, internal appeals, and tax appeals to the Tax Court of Canada. He is currently involved in appeals to the Tax Court of Canada in transfer pricing matters.
Anna Soubbotina, Principal
Charles River Associates
Anna Soubbotina is a Transfer Pricing Principal with Charles River Associates, based in New York. Ms. Soubbotina has guided companies through the life cycle of their controlled transactions: from international expansion to business and regulatory change, through to effective controversy resolution. Ms. Soubbotina leverages her experience working with Fortune 100 companies to guide clients through business change and disruption, such as an IPO, global supply chain expansion/contraction, market shocks, profitability and cost changes. Companies going through business transformation need to consider the cross functional implications of their transactions. Ms. Soubbotina’s advisory approach allows flexibility to customize every project and team to bridge the gap between regulatory constraints and business needs.