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Pritika Deepak




Pritika is an associate with the firm’s Tax and Wills and Estates group. She joined the firm in 2020 after previously working at a full-service national firm. Pritika is developing a broad tax practice and has a particular interest in corporate taxation and estate planning for owner/managers and high-net -worth individuals. Pritika is recognized in the inaugural edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada: Ones to Watch in the area of tax law.

Pritika received a dual J.D. from both the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. While in law school, Pritika was a Co-director of the Corporate Commercial Law Club, an executive member of the Merchandising Committee and a Volunteer Ambassador for Windsor law. In 2015, she also completed an externship with the City of Detroit Corporation Counsel, in the Tax Appeals department. 

Pritika is currently pursuing the In-Depth Tax Course provided by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants.


APRIL 13 2021

Claim Employee Home Office Expenses for 2020

With the deadline fast approaching to file personal income tax returns for 2020, some important questions to consider are whether or not an employee is eligible to claim a deduction for home office expenses for the tax year of 2020 and if so how to calculate such home office expenses?

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MARCH 26 2021

Upcoming Federal Budget - April 19th Planning For Possible Capital Gains Tax Increase

One of the biggest areas of speculation during the span of budgets delivered under the Trudeau government has been whether the government will announce an increase in the capital gains inclusion rate.



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DECEMBER 04 2020

New Trust Reporting Obligations - What Trustees and Advisors Need to Know

For tax years ending on or after December 31, 2021, new reporting rules established by the Canada Revenue Agency will require heightened disclosure and transparency for trusts. Trustees and advisors should be aware of the rules summarized in this article to ensure ongoing compliance.

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Practice Areas


  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2018
  • University of Windsor, J.D., 2017
  • University of Detroit Mercy, J.D., 2017
  • Western University, Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies, Honours Specialization in Accounting, 2014


  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Canadian Tax Foundation
  • Society of Trust and Estate Planners (STEP)
  • South Asian Bar Association

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