Susan G. Tataryn, BComm, CPA, CA, LLB, TEP
Susan G. Tataryn has been an advisor for almost 20 years to various businesses from small independents to large enterprises, including those in the construction, financial, health care, technology and life science sectors while also working with artists, designers and others in the fashion, entertainment and hospitality industries.
Bachelor of Laws, University of Saskatchewan 1992
STEP, Society of Estate and Trust Practitioners
Jean-Michel Cazabon, BSocSc, JDJean-Michel joined Tataryn Law in early 2017. After completing his articles with the federal Department of Justice, at both the Canada Revenue Agency and Tax Law Services section in 2016, he joined the private sector. Jean-Michel spent significant time working in various government sectors including Health Canada, the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (now Global Affairs Canada), and Employment and Social Development Canada. He relies on his experience and insight into government processes to help Canadian taxpayers.
Prior to joining Tataryn Law, Jean-Michel completed an internship with the Human Rights Advocacy Centre in Accra, Ghana. Though he only services clients in English, Jean-Michel uses his French language capabilities to the advantage of his clients.
Jean-Michel has worked on, among other matters, HST Input Tax Credit issues, business and employment expense disputes, negotiated payment arrangements, and requests for reduced interest and penalty charges. He has appeared before both the Tax Court of Canada, and the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board.
Juris Doctor, University of Ottawa, 2015
County of Carleton Law Association
Tara Robinson-BussiereLaw Clerk and Office Manager
Tara is a law clerk/administrator with over thirteen years of experience. Tara has acquired and developed expertise with all aspects of Corporate/Business/Tax law practice and the preparation of Wills and Trusts. She has extensive experience in drafting and preparing corporate and commercial documents for tax and corporate planning and maintenance, and purchase and sale of business entities, as well as drafting and preparing various court documents, arranging for filing and issuing of documentation at various court and government offices.
She is responsible for the day-to-day business of the firm and assists our lawyers and clients in all aspects of our practice.
Tara is a Commissioner of Oaths and a Licensed Paralegal with the Law Society of Ontario.
Tara and her husband, Paul, have been married since 1996 and they have two adult children, Kirsten and Sarah.