Max ReedMax Reed is a tax lawyer at Donovan and Company where he assists clients with all matter of tax issues. Max designed a tax strategy that secured over $2 million dollars of refunds from the IRS and saves those clients collectively over a million dollars of tax a year.
Max has lectured about Indigenous tax issues at numerous conferences across Canada including those put on by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA), NATOA, and Rodgers Investment Consulting as well as a CLE for lawyers and accountants on First Nations tax issues put on by PBLI. He has written articles on Indigenous tax issues in the Journal of Aboriginal Management amongst other places.
Prior to joining Donovan and company, Max practiced tax at an international law firm in New York City, clerked for Justice Karen Sharlow and Gilles Létourneau of the Federal Court of Appeal where he helped with a number of leading cases, and worked for the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General doing constitutional litigation.
Max has a BA and two law degrees from McGill University where he won a number of academic and leadership awards.