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Tax - District of Columbia
"He is a very composed, considered and concise advocate." "He is calm, collected, and has the ability to organize complex factual and technical content into an easily understandable and presentable argument."
This content is provided by David Blair
Tax Controversy, Audits, Appeals & Litigation;
and Energy Tax
David B. Blair, Partner and Chair of Crowell & Moring’s Tax Group, focuses his practice in the area of federal tax controversy and litigation. He has over 30 years of tax controversy, litigation and trial experience and has handled large tax controversies before IRS Exam, Appeals, the U.S. Tax Court, and various district courts and courts of appeals in the areas of transfer pricing, foreign tax credits, partnerships, research credits, Section 45Q credits, tax-exempt bonds, consolidated returns, excise taxes, employment taxes, and tax accounting issues. David began his career as a Trial Attorney for the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he litigated tax issues before the U.S. district and bankruptcy courts. He clerked for the Hon. Frank Minis Johnson Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Please visit crowell.com/professionals/David-Blair for additional information.
Editor of The Transfer Pricing Answer Book (Practising Law Institute) and a co-author of the BNA Tax Management Portfolio No. 891-2nd, "Transfer Pricing: Audits, Appeals, and Penalties."