He has experience advising health professionals, business owners, technology, manufacturing and small to medium sized businesses on business, tax, privacy and trade-mark matters. He holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a Honors Bachelors of Science degree in Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Miami. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Anurag previously worked as a research associate in Nuclear Medicine at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Miami, Florida and was the co-author of two medical publications in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
Anurag Gupta has counseled clients of various forms and sizes. He advises clients on both a business and tax law perspective, including income splitting strategies, reorganizations, tax efficient corporate structures, asset protection, minimizing liability, acquisitions and sales of businesses, and estate planning.
He has also successfully won appeals against the Canada Revenue Agency on various matters. Anurag Gupta can be reached at 416.521.9834 ext 201.
Anurag was born and raised in South America, predominantly in Suriname. He enjoys biking in the summer, plays basketball and squash on a recreational basis.
Jessica completed her articles with a prominent full-service firm in Atlantic Canada, after which she relocated to the Greater Toronto Area. She has worked in private practice and in-house, focusing on the areas of real estate, corporate/commercial law and commercial litigation. Prior to joining AGPCLAW, Jessica successfully represented clients at various levels of court, litigating on matters that arise from commercial deals and real property development.
As a well-rounded solicitor and barrister, Jessica works with clients to fashion the right course for addressing their issues, be it negotiating a commercial contract or resolving a business dispute.
Jessica holds a law degree from Dalhousie University and a Masters degree in Publishing from Simon Fraser University. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Nova Scotia Barristers Society.
Prior to entering the law, she was Editor-in-Chief of Ricepaper Magazine for six years, during which she transformed the five-person business into a nationally distributed publication graced by the likes of David Suzuki and Margaret Cho. During her tenure, Jessica also served as the spokesperson for the magazine, representing Ricepaper Magazine on televised interviews and CBC Radio.
Jessica enjoys reading, experimenting in the kitchen, and travelling. She has lived in ten cities, and occasionally goes bungee jumping.