Jeremy Comeau

Jeremy L. Comeau

Edmonton - Associate Work+1 (780) 669-1208

Areas of Practice

Corporate Tax Planning
Personal Tax Planning
Estate Planning
Tax Representation & Litigation
Farm Taxation, Family Farm Reorganizations & Tax Planning

Jeremy’s practice covers a broad range of taxation law matters with a focus on corporate and personal tax planning, and purchase and sales of businesses.

Jeremy received his Bachelor of Commerce Degree (with distinction) from the University of Alberta in 2010. Jeremy joined Felesky Flynn LLP as an articling student in 2013 upon completing his Juris Doctor (with distinction) at the University of Alberta, where he received numerous awards including the William Gordon Egbert Scholarship in Administrative Law, the Edward E. Bishop Prize in Securities Law, the Cruickshank Karvellas Prize in Taxation, and the Felesky Flynn LLP Scholarship in Taxation Law.

Jeremy enjoys spending time golfing and playing hockey, and is an avid traveller.

Professional History

Called to the Alberta bar, 2014
Joined Felesky Flynn LLP, 2013

Educational History

CPA Canada: In Depth Tax Course – Levels I, II and III
Juris Doctor (J.D.) (with distinction), University of Alberta, 2013
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm) (with distinction), University of Alberta, 2010

Memberships and Associations

Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Canadian Tax Foundation

Publications and Presentations

Co-presented “Amendments to Passive Income Rules” 5th Annual Public Practitioners Tax Conference, June 2018
“The Hybrid Revisited,” 2017 Prairie Provinces Tax Conference, (Toronto: Canadian Tax Foundation, 2017)
Co-Presented “Pipeline Planning and Other Tax Planning for Professionals – Amendments to the Small Business Deduction Rules”, 3rd Annual Public Practitioners & Technicians Tax Conference, June 2016
Co-Presented “Federal Budget 2015: Proposed Amendments To Section 55”, Canadian Bar Association (Alberta), Tax Specialists Group, October 2015
Co-Presented “Subsection 55(2) and Safe Income”, Canadian Tax Foundation, Edmonton Young Practitioners Group, November 2014