Lawyer profile for USA 2021
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Tax: Controversy - Illinois
"He is great, extraordinarily smart and an excellent practitioner." "He is impressive, smart and very polished."
Tax: Controversy - USA - Nationwide
"He is outstanding at executing strategy in a way the whole trial team can get behind and the judge can understand." "He is a great lawyer - very smart, very thoughtful and he has the respect of the government."
This content is provided by Thomas L Kittle-Kamp
Tom Kittle-Kamp is co-leader of Mayer Brown’s Tax Controversy and Transfer Pricing practice. Since joining the firm in 1990, Tom has represented clients in every phase of tax controversy and litigation—from IRS examinations and administrative appeals, through the litigation, trial and appellate review of highly complex tax controversies running the range of international and domestic tax issues. Tom has particular expertise in the litigation and administrative resolution of large-dollar transfer-pricing matters. As an adjunct to his controversy practice, Tom also advises clients with respect to the planning of related-party transactions. He is co-author of the treatise Federal Income Taxation of Intellectual Properties and Intangible Assets (Thomson Reuters WG&L Tax Series 1997), which is updated twice a year.