Marie-Eve Heming is a partner and practices in the firm’s Toronto office.
Her practice encompasses all aspects of personal and corporate tax planning for a wide variety of clients, including private corporations and their owner-managers, public corporations, trusts, professionals, executives and high-net worth individuals, with a particular emphasis on corporate reorganizations, the structuring of investments and businesses, estate planning, business successions and immigration and emigration.
Another aspect of Marie-Eve’s practice includes assisting and representing clients in connection with their audits or disputes with the tax authorities, both at the federal and provincial level.
Marie-Eve has written on a wide range of tax topics in various publications, such as the Canadian Tax Journal, Canadian Tax Highlights, Tax for the Owner-Manager, Tax Notes International, Tax on Transactions Global Guide as well as a number of publications published by Federated Press and Canada Law Book. She was also the editor of Corporate Taxation for Legal Alert (Carswell). She has been invited on several occasions to speak at conferences and seminars. She is a member of the Taxation Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association and a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation.
Marie-Eve was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2009. She joined Thorsteinssons LLP in 2011 after working in the tax department of the Toronto office of a large national law firm.
She received her B.C.L. (Bachelor of Civil Law) from Université Laval in 2007 (Honour Roll), where she ranked second in her graduating class. While completing her degree in civil law, Marie-Eve clerked for the Honourable Justice Lorne Giroux of the Quebec Court of Appeal in 2006 and 2007. She then received her LL.B. from the University of Western Ontario in 2008 (Dean’s Honour List). She has also won numerous awards and scholarships while completing both of her law degrees. She is fluent in both French and English.