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Deloitte Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Apr 24, 2018
Full time
External Posting Description   The successful candidate will be responsible for advising clients with respect to obtaining temporary and permanent status in Canada. This includes all types of work permits (including but not limited to International Agreements, LMIA, reciprocity, significant benefit, open permits, post graduate permits, CSQ), permanent residence (Express Entry, CEC, Federal Skilled Workers, PNP, Family Class, Quebec immigration), temporary resident visas, inadmissibility issues, permanent residence issues (PR card renewal, residency obligations, travel documents), citizenship matters.  This role requires excellent multi-tasking skills, organization and an ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of clients from corporations to individuals. We are seeking an individual with 1 to 3 years of experience in all aspects of Canadian immigration law. Role and Responsibilities:  Analyzing facts and law to determine the most suitable application and process; Assessing cases to advise as to the appropriate work permit category as well as identify and resolve any potential issues; Reviewing and assessing client documentation in order to evaluate applicant’s qualifications; Preparing applications and providing advice throughout the application process including extensions and amendments, if applicable Writing submission letters, drafting immigration forms and submitting application to the appropriate office Keeping abreast of changes to laws, regulations, manuals, policies, procedure and process Filing applications to the port of entry, case processing centre, central intake office, on line,  embassy/consulate, EDSC and MIDI as is appropriate Advising clients as to legislative changes and how it will impact their file or business; Communicating updates on immigration process to clients; Following - up on pending matters to ensure activities reach a timely conclusion; Handling a high volume of immigration-related matters; Advising clients on the application of the relevant laws to their situation by carefully analyzing the case and considering all facts and options. Developing solutions to legal issues Appropriately managing client expectation Staying on top of deadlines Reviewing forms and documents provided by clients and providing feedback, where applicable guiding an administrative assistant with respect to same       External Posting Qualifications   Law degree from an Canadian law school Membership in good standing with the Law Society and/or Barreau du Quebec. Immigration law experience mandatory, with exceptional knowledge of immigration practices and procedures Ability to demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills within a fast-paced environment; Strong attention to detail and accuracy, and ability to multi-task and meet aggressive deadlines; Strong organizational and computer skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Outstanding time management skills     Guberman Garson LLP (GG) is a highly reputable, experienced, and client-focused law firm practicing exclusively in the area of immigration law.  With 25 years of experience, GG's alliance with Deloitte LLP in Canada enables the Firm to service clients worldwide.  GG understands the particular nature of immigration law and acts on behalf of a wide range of clients from multinational corporations, skilled or professional individuals, temporary workers, students and individuals in sports and the arts. GG is seeking qualified individuals to join our team of experienced professionals providing strategic immigration advice and guidance.  GG offers a unique talent experience that empowers our people with opportunities to do meaningful work and to grow, learn, and lead at every point of their career. Guberman Garson LLP is an inclusive employer dedicated to building a diverse workforce.  We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, and are committed to providing career opportunities in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation during the recruitment process, due to a disability, please reach out to your Recruiter, or send an email to accessiblecareers@deloitte.ca. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. 32203  
Deloitte Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Apr 17, 2018
Full time
      Deloitte's Forensic services professionals identify and resolve various types of corporate disputes and irregularities. We also carry out analyses, provide opinions and draft clear, logical reports. We apply a variety of quantitative and qualitative techniques aimed at identifying and analyzing presumed damages stemming from the following cases: business interruptions, broken contracts, negligence, breaches of obligations, intellectual property violations and other similar situations. We quantify actual or potential losses while helping our clients reduce their fraud-related risks, tracing misappropriated funds and resolving business and financial disputes on a fast-track basis. Our Vancouver office is currently seeking a Senior Associate on the Discovery Team within the Deloitte Forensic practice. With the proliferation of electronic data, companies are finding it increasingly difficult to identify the documents required to comply with regulatory requests, conduct investigations or resolve business disputes. As a leading provider of electronic discovery services in Canada, the Discovery team offers a full end-to-end solution for clients, from collection, through document review, to the final production of documents. We work on a variety of matters, including: Civil litigation Class actions Competition Bureau inquiries, including responses to Requests For Information (RFIs) and Supplemental Information Requests (SIRs) Corporate investigations Diligence Freedom of Information Requests for government and quasi-governmental organizations Our Discovery team members use a robust methodology to enhance the work of our document review teams while minimizing costs. Our discovery processes are supported by state-of the-art technology infrastructure that ensures the proper preservation, collection, identification, review, analysis and production of documents. Our goal is to help companies with their complete discovery needs, so that they can get back to business. The team has strong leadership and works closely together sharing knowledge and helping each other learn and excel! Responsibilities: The Senior Associate will be focused on Computer Forensics and eDiscovery matters and is responsible for preserving, compiling, normalizing and analyzing large volumes of electronic data using our eDiscovery technologies. Additional responsibilities may include: Collecting and Preserving digital evidence from a wide range of digital media, Recovering and analyzing electronic stored information, Analyzing, designing, developing and implementing complex data analytics systems, Maintaining case management systems and workflows, Preparing and packaging data for production to clients, Assist in lab infrastructure maintenance and upgrade, Develop and maintain relationships with existing and target clients, Development of junior and off-shore staff,   The Discovery team members work closely with forensic accountants, lawyers, litigation support teams, document review teams, clients and investigators with a view to producing analysis, expertise, and advice in support of investigations and litigation matters.  This is not a back office role, but rather a position in which you will enter direct and frequent communication with all levels of stakeholders on engagements.           Given the nature of the work involved, a flexible work schedule and availability to travel inside and outside Canada are essential for all individuals joining the Discovery team. Candidates should also be able to obtain "secret" level security clearance from the Canadian government, as well as a U.S. work visa.    Candidates should possess excellent verbal and written communication skills in English (French would be an asset). They should also have a degree from a recognized university or College in any of the following disciplines (or equivalent):   Computer science Information Technology Information systems Business Intelligence Cyber Fraud Cyber Investigations   Qualifications: 3-5 years of experience Computer forensic experience in support of dispute and investigation, with an understanding of evidence handling and legal ramifications In-depth understanding of computer forensic principles including intrusion response, network monitoring, log analysis, cloud based systems, database structures, querying languages and common network tools  Project management and case experience in eDiscovery matters Litigation support, technological investigations and eDiscovery Solid system administration and infrastructure experience Working knowledge of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Experience with most of the following technologies: Forensic tools such as: EnCase, FTK, Cellebrite, Tableau eDiscovery tools such as: Relativity, IPRO, Nuix, Clearwell, dtSearch Database administration and Languages such as: MS-SQL, Oracle, T-SQL, PL-SQL Operating systems such as: Windows, Mac OS, Android, iOS, Unix Microsoft Office such as Excel, Word, Powerpoint   Furthermore, the ideal candidate possesses the following abilities: Strong ability to work remotely with a national and international team Client service experience in a professional environment Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team Efficient communicator both verbally and in writing Ability to elaborate and communicate innovative solutions Strong analytical and proactive problem solving skills Willingness and ability to travel extensively inside Canada as required (30% to 50%)       Why Deloitte? Launch your career with The One Firm where you can make a greater impact than you ever thought possible. With endless opportunities at every turn, and a culture built to support and drive our people to be the very best they can be, Deloitte is The One Firm for you to learn, grow, create, and lead. At Deloitte, we understand that everyone, and their career goals, are different. As a firm, we help create the conditions and opportunities that will enable our people to thrive – both professionally and personally. We do this by making three commitments to our people: You will lead at every level: We grow the world’s best leaders so you can achieve the impact you seek, faster. You can work your way: We give you the means to work how you want, and we have innovative spaces and the mindset to help you be wildly successful. You will feel included and inspired: We create a deep sense of belonging where you can bring your whole self to work. Apply now and let us show you how to push your career to the next level at Deloitte. The One Firm. For You. Deloitte is an inclusive employer dedicated to building a diverse workforce.  We encourage applications from all qualified candidates and will accommodate applicants’ needs under the respective provincial human rights codes throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Recruiter to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process.  Information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted
Deloitte Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Mar 08, 2018
Full time
Job Type: Permanent   Primary Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada   All Available Locations: Toronto   External Posting Description   Deloitte Tax Law LLP is seeking a tax associate to join our growing tax controversy practice at our office in downtown Toronto. The successful candidate will work with our team of tax litigators on a broad range of tax controversy matters, covering all aspects of tax litigation and dispute resolution. We are equally interested in applicants with experience in tax litigation and candidates with tax planning experience that are interested in making a switch into tax controversy/tax litigation.   Deloitte Tax Law LLP is a national law firm with offices in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and Montreal. Our Toronto office is focused on tax controversy and tax litigation, and we are one of the largest practice groups specializing in this area in Canada. We act on large, complex files covering all aspects of tax dispute resolution.   External Posting Qualifications   In order to qualify for this position, you will have:   Two to four years of tax litigation or tax planning experience Excellent academic credentials Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills Excellent technical, analytical and drafting skills Strong organizational skills and rigorous attention to detail   If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit the following materials:   Cover letter Detailed résumé, including any relevant transactions or other experience, and Copies of academic transcripts   Deloitte Tax Law LLP (DTL) is a national law firm. Our team of tax lawyers has extensive experience in the areas of tax controversy and tax litigation, and in advising on the legal aspects of all tax issues and transactions. In addition to its team of tax litigators, DTL is privileged to be affiliated with Deloitte, a professional services firm with global eminence.   Deloitte is an inclusive employer dedicated to building a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates and will accommodate applicants’ needs under the respective provincial human rights codes throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Recruiter to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process. Information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially.   We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Deloitte Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Feb 23, 2018
Full time
External Posting Description   Guberman Garson LLP is accepting applications for the permanent, full-time position of U.S. Immigration Legal Assistant at our Toronto, Ontario office.  The U.S. Immigration Legal Assistant contributes to our expanding team through premier client service and quality casework within a highly collaborative environment.    Duties and responsibilities for the position include the following:   Assist lawyers with the preparation of U.S. business immigration cases, such as nonimmigrant visas (B-1, E-1/E-2, E-3, H-1B, L-1A/L-1B, TN), PERM labor certification applications, immigrant visas and adjustment of status applications. Draft immigration forms and support letters for applications and petitions using case management software; Compile and analyze case facts for applicability to the appropriate nonimmigrant or immigrant visas; Collect, organize and assess documentation in support of U.S. business immigration cases; Package and submit applications and petitions to the relevant U.S. government agencies; Communicate with GGS lawyers on casework and legal issues to timely address inquiries from the client and foreign national employees; Correspond with the client, foreign national employees and U.S. government agencies regarding immigration processes and procedures; Monitor data integrity for case tracking and status reporting, specifically expiration dates and for compliance with key performance indicators; Handle a high volume of casework with multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment; Conduct legal research using various immigration sources and tools and stay abreast of current immigration rules and regulations; Perform file maintenance of U.S. business immigration cases; and Participate in team meetings to discuss matters related to client service and case management.       External Posting Qualifications   Bachelor’s degree or paralegal certificate; Professional experience in U.S. business immigration working with nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions and/or PERM applications; Familiarity with immigration case management software an asset; Superior organizational skills to manage a high volume caseload with competing demands in an immigration law firm or a legal environment; Strong attention to detail; Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including cross-cultural communication skills and the ability to effectively interface with clients; Communication in a timely and responsive manner to different stakeholders; and Ability to positively contribute to a team and to demonstrate initiative regarding case assignments.     Guberman Garson LLP (GG) is a highly reputable, experienced, and client-focused law firm practicing exclusively in the area of immigration law.  With 25 years of experience, GG's alliance with Deloitte LLP in Canada enables the Firm to service clients worldwide.  GG understands the particular nature of immigration law and acts on behalf of a wide range of clients from multinational corporations, skilled or professional individuals, temporary workers, students and individuals in sports and the arts. GG is seeking qualified individuals to join our team of experienced professionals providing strategic immigration advice and guidance.  GG offers a unique talent experience that empowers our people with opportunities to do meaningful work and to grow, learn, and lead at every point of their career. Guberman Garson LLP is an inclusive employer dedicated to building a diverse workforce.  We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, and are committed to providing career opportunities in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation during the recruitment process, due to a disability, please reach out to your Recruiter, or send an email to accessiblecareers@deloitte.ca. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. 32852    
Deloitte Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dec 04, 2017
Full time
Reference Code: 25847-en_US Service:  Tax   Job Type:  Permanent  Primary Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada  All Available Locations: Toronto      External Posting Description   Guberman Garson LLP (allied with Deloitte LLP) is accepting applications for the permanent, full-time position of U.S. Immigration Legal Assistant at our Toronto, Ontario office.  The U.S. Immigration Legal Assistant contributes to our expanding team through premier client service and quality casework within a highly collaborative environment.  Duties and responsibilities for the position include the following: Assist lawyers with the preparation of U.S. business immigration cases, such as nonimmigrant visas (B-1, E-1/E-2, E-3, H-1B, L-1A/L-1B, TN), PERM labor certification applications, immigrant visas and adjustment of status applications. Draft immigration forms and support letters for applications and petitions using case management software; Compile and analyze case facts for applicability to the appropriate nonimmigrant or immigrant visas; Collect, organize and assess documentation in support of U.S. business immigration cases; Package and submit applications and petitions to the relevant U.S. government agencies; Communicate with GGS lawyers on casework and legal issues to timely address inquiries from the client and foreign national employees; Correspond with the client, foreign national employees and U.S. government agencies regarding immigration processes and procedures; Monitor data integrity for case tracking and status reporting, specifically expiration dates and for compliance with key performance indicators; Handle a high volume of casework with multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment; Conduct legal research using various immigration sources and tools and stay abreast of current immigration rules and regulations; Perform file maintenance of U.S. business immigration cases; and Participate in team meetings to discuss matters related to client service and case management         External Posting Qualifications   Bachelor’s degree or paralegal certificate; Professional experience in U.S. business immigration working with nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions and/or PERM applications; Familiarity with immigration case management software an asset; Superior organizational skills to manage a high volume caseload with competing demands in an immigration law firm or a legal environment; Strong attention to detail; Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including cross-cultural communication skills and the ability to effectively interface with clients; Communication in a timely and responsive manner to different stakeholders; Ability to positively contribute to a team and to demonstrate initiative regarding case assignments       Guberman Garson LLP (GG)  is a highly reputable, experienced, and client-focused law firm practicing exclusively in the area of immigration law.  With 25 years of experience, GG's alliance with Deloitte LLP in Canada enables the Firm to service clients worldwide.  GG understands the particular nature of immigration law and acts on behalf of a wide range of clients from multinational corporations, skilled or professional individuals, temporary workers, students and individuals in sports and the arts. GG is seeking qualified individuals to join our team of experienced professionals providing strategic immigration advice and guidance.  GG offers a unique talent experience that empowers our people with opportunities to do meaningful work and to grow, learn, and lead at every point of their career. GG is an inclusive employer dedicated to building a diverse workforce.  We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, and are committed to providing career opportunities in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation during the recruitment process, due to a disability, please reach out to your Recruiter, or send an email to accessiblecareers@deloitte.ca . We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Deloitte Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Oct 02, 2017
Full time
All Available Locations: Toronto   External Posting Description   Guberman Garson LLP (allied with Deloitte LLP) is accepting applications for the permanent, full-time position of Canadian Immigration Lawyer for our Toronto, Montreal, Calgary or Vancouver offices..   The successful candidate will be responsible for advising clients with respect to obtaining temporary and permanent status in Canada. This includes all types of work permits (including but not limited to International Agreements, LMIA, reciprocity, significant benefit, open permits, post graduate permits, CSQ), permanent residence (Express Entry, CEC, Federal Skilled Workers, PNP, Family Class, Quebec immigration), temporary resident visas, inadmissibility issues, permanent residence issues (PR card renewal, residency obligations, travel documents), citizenship matters. This role requires excellent multi-tasking skills, organization and an ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of clients from corporations to individuals.   We are seeking an individual with 1 to 3 years of experience in Canadian immigration law and experience in Quebec immigration matters.   Role And Responsibilities   Analyzing facts and law to determine the most suitable application and process; Assessing cases to advise as to the appropriate work permit category as well as identify and resolve any potential issues; Reviewing and assessing client documentation in order to evaluate applicants' qualifications; Preparing applications and providing advice throughout the application process including extensions and amendments, if applicable; Writing submission letters, drafting immigration forms and submitting application to the appropriate office; Keeping abreast of changes to laws, regulations, manuals, policies, procedure and process federally, provincially and in Quebec; Filing applications to the port of entry, case processing centre, central intake office, on line, embassy/consulate, EDSC and MIDI as is appropriate; Advising clients as to legislative changes and how it will impact their file or business; Communicating updates on immigration process to clients; Following - up on pending matters to ensure activities reach a timely conclusion; Handling a high volume of immigration-related matters; Advising clients on the application of the relevant laws to their situation by carefully analyzing the case and considering all facts and options; Developing solutions to legal issues; Appropriately managing client expectation; Staying on top of deadlines; Reviewing forms and documents provided by clients and providing feedback, where applicable guiding an administrative assistant with respect to same.   External Posting Qualifications   Law degree from an Canadian law school; Membership in good standing with the Law Society and Barreau du Quebec; Immigration law experience mandatory, with exceptional knowledge of immigration practices and procedures; Ability to demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills within a fast-paced environment; Strong attention to detail and accuracy, and ability to multi-task and meet aggressive deadlines; Strong organizational and computer skills; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Outstanding time management skills.   Guberman Garson LLP (GG) is a highly reputable, experienced, and client-focused law firm practicing exclusively in the area of immigration law. With 25 years of experience, GG’s alliance with Deloitte LLP in Canada enables the Firm to service clients worldwide. GG understands the particular nature of immigration law and acts on behalf of a wide range of clients from multinational corporations, skilled or professional individuals, temporary workers, students and individuals in sports and the arts.   GG is seeking qualified individuals to join our team of experienced professionals providing strategic immigration advice and guidance. GG offers a unique talent experience that empowers our people with opportunities to do meaningful work and to grow, learn, and lead at every point of their career.   GG is an inclusive employer dedicated to building a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, and are committed to providing career opportunities in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation during the recruitment process, due to a disability, please reach out to your Recruiter, or send an email to accessiblecareers@deloitte.ca.   We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.