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Kathleen Agbayani
Charter Member
Tax Law

16065 Falcon Crest Dr, San Diego, CA 92127, USA

 

Kathleen Agbayani is Of Counsel in the North American Tax Practice Group. She concentrates her practice on all aspects of federal tax controversies and tax compliance. She represents clients in all stages of proceedings before the Internal Revenue Service, including audits, appeals, collections, and litigation. She has extensive experience in advising individual clients and financial institutions on issues regarding the Internal Revenue Service’s Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program and Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures, foreign bank account reporting (FBAR) obligations, and the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Kathleen has represented hundreds of US taxpayers with undisclosed offshore bank accounts and assets. She has published articles regarding voluntary disclosures and speaks frequently on this topic. She also advises high net worth individuals on international tax planning and reporting. She also provides pro bono advice to many pro bono clients including the American University Spragens Tax Clinic – DC Tax Legal Assistance, American Bar Association Military Pro Bono Project, American Bar Association Adopt-A-Base Program, and Centros de los Migrante, Inc. She is a committee member of the Global Tax Practice Group Voluntary Disclosure Steering Committee. Kathleen joined Baker McKenzie\'s Washington, DC office after serving as an attorney-advisor for the Honorable Robert N. Armen, Jr., at the United States Tax Court.

Steven Anderson
Charter Member
Tax Law

5800 S Nevada St, Littleton, CO 80120, USA

 

He has served as lead counsel in some of the highest profile tax cases out of Colorado, and elsewhere, including a criminal tax case which the Department of Justice identified as one of the largest tax evasion case in the history of Colorado, a seminal case won in the United States Supreme Court, a precedent setting gift tax case in the United States Tax Court, and a defining Colorado Sales & Use tax case. In his 25 years of practice, Mr. Anderson has helped well over a thousand taxpayers to find solutions to their tax disputes with the IRS and state and local taxing authorizes. He has also represented hundreds of Certified Public Accountants and CPA firms in all facets of their profession, including defending malpractice claims, defending complaints filed with state boards of accountancy, defending complaints filed with the AICPA, defending complaints lodged with the IRS’s Office of Professional Responsibility, defending return-preparer-penalties asserted by the IRS, and defending accountants facing criminal tax charges. Mr. Anderson has also represented and consulted accounting firms and their owners in the context of firm break ups and formations. Mr. Anderson has also served as an expert in tax and accounting malpractice cases. With his background, clients also call upon Mr. Anderson to represent them in business and commercial litigation cases. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Denver, College of Law, Graduate Tax Program, and a sought after speaker for the many Continuing Education courses he has authored and instructed for Attorneys and Accountants.

Anson Asbury
Charter Member
Tax Law

315 W Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030, USA

 

Anson H. Asbury is the founder and principal of Asbury Law Firm, Tax Counsel. Anson has represented clients in federal and state tax controversies, tax litigation, business tax planning and corporate organization for over 20 years. He has successfully defended over $500 million of federal income tax adjustments for his clients, ranging from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. He has specific experience defending conservation easement donations in all stages of tax controversy. Anson has represented clients across the country in numerous docketed cases in the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and U.S. District Courts. The substantive issues in those cases have included conservation easement donations, listed transactions, passive losses, net operating losses, business expenses, alimony deductions, and foreign tax credits

Jodi Bain
Featured Lawyer
Tax Law

6057 E Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85712, USA

 

Jodi A. Bain, M.A., J.D., LL.M - The Bain Law Firm PLLC delivers superior tax, business, regulatory and real estate services. Bain acts as outside special and general counsel for various real estate and business ventures with a focus on tax, regulatory finance and development. She has furnished counsel on numerous complicated high-dollar real estate projects, tax matters and commercial ventures in excess of $5 billion. This includes real estate tax matters, private property/asset owners, government, multilayered partnerships and government-related entities. Bain is licensed to practice law in Arizona & New York and is Spanish speaking. She is an AV® Preeminent Rated attorney, serves as a Governor appointee to the Arizona Medical Board. Bain completed her B.A. at Brandeis University, J.D. at Washington University, LL.M. at Universidad Carlos III in Spain, and M.A. in International Economic Affairs at George Washington University. Client matters are her first priority.

Barry Bess
Charter Member
Tax Law

4000 Town Center, Southfield, MI 48075, USA