Corum Van Esch practices predominantly in the area of tax law. Advising on domestic and international tax planning, Corum works with both individuals and corporations on reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, and transfer pricing issues. Corum also has experience representing clients in dealing with the Canada Revenue Agency and the provincial tax authorities on tax audit and tax dispute resolution matters.
Corum also has experience in corporate and commercial law, working with both public and private corporations on corporate reorganizations and mergers and acquisitions, including the drafting of related corporate and commercial agreements.
Corum earned his law degree from Western University and was called to the bar in 2014. While at Western, Corum was a member of the Dean’s Honour List and was awarded the Law Society of Upper Canada Prize, and the David L. Johnston Prize in Securities Regulation. He also participated in the Bowman National Tax Moot , where he and his partner won the award for best appellant factum.
Before attending law school Corum obtained a Bachelor of Administration and Commercial Studies in Finance from Western University, where he stood on the Honour Roll. Immediately following his bachelor’s degree, Corum continued his studies to become a Chartered Accountant (CA - CPA). From 2006 to 2010, he worked as a Corporate Tax Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.