Robert S. Fink is one of the country’s foremost authorities in the areas of criminal and civil tax and white-collar controversies. Throughout his more than 50-year legal career, Mr. Fink rose to prominence as one of the most successful trial lawyers working in the U.S. today, and he is the author of Tax Controversies: Audits, Investigations, Trials (LexisNexis; 40th Ed. 2020), which is recognized by both the government and courts as the leading treatise in the field. Mr. Fink developed his national reputation by building a remarkable record of obtaining acquittals in criminal tax and white-collar crime cases. For 25 years, Mr. Fink served as an Adjunct Professor at New York University Law School’s Graduate Tax Program. In addition, he was a Visiting Professor of United States tax law at the University of Peking in Beijing and is a nationwide lecturer teaching civil and criminal tax procedures to attorneys and agents of the Justice Department and the Internal Revenue Service. Mr. Fink has received the American Bar Association’s Jules Ritholtz Memorial Merit Award, is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, has received Martindale Hubbell’s highest AV rating, and has been recognized by Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers.