Firm news

GSNH LLP Launches Tax Group Welcoming Lisa Watzinger

January 11, 2019

Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP (GSNH LLP) introduces our new Tax Group, further growing the range of our client services.

Brian Nichols and Lisa Watzinger join GSNH LLP in January, 2019.

Managing Partner Murray Hart notes:

“My partners and I are pleased to welcome Brian Nichols and Lisa Watzinger to the firm.

Brian’s outstanding reputation and 30 plus years of experience as a leader in the tax law sector is a tremendous asset to the firm and adds exceptional strength to our corporate, commercial and real estate practices.

Lisa Watzinger provided client-focused professional tax services within the Big Four accounting firms.  She was selected for a prestigious clerkship at the Tax Court of Canada where she gained valuable knowledge and insight.”

Lisa Watzinger joins GSNH LLP as an associate and member of the firm’s Tax Group whose practice focuses on tax litigation and dispute resolution. As a lawyer practicing at the Big Four accounting firms, she has appeared at all levels of the court, including the Federal Court of Appeal.

She represents mid-size corporations and high-net worth clients in resolving income tax and indirect tax disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency and the Ontario Ministry of Finance.

Lisa is bilingual, representing her clients in both English and French.

Reach out to Lisa at:

The GSNH LLP Tax Group offers practical, resourceful and cost-effective solutions to clients.

We look forward to hearing from you.


GSNH LLP is a Toronto law firm providing advice across all major practice areas including real estate and commercial leasing, banking & financial services, insolvency & restructuring, construction, corporate / commercial, franchise, insurance, intellectual property, litigation & dispute resolution and wills & estates. Please visit us online, on Twitter at: @GSNH_Law or on LinkedIn.

View all announcements by this firm

Lisa Watzinger


Law School

University of Ottawa

Year Of Call


Area Of Practice