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Licensed since 1987

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Jones Day

1420 Peachtree St NE Ste 800
Atlanta, GA, 30309-3052

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StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
GAActive Member in Good Standing 198707/07/2015
INTemporary AdmissionUnknown07/04/2015

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Publication NameTitleDate
Texas Comptroller Transfers Administrative TaxTexas Comptroller Transfers Administrative Tax2007
Multistate State Tax UpdateMultistate State Tax Update2005
Current Federal And State Audit Experience: Will Our Therapy Bills Be Deductible?Current Federal And State Audit Experience: Will Our Therapy Bills Be Deductible?2005
Tax Shelters, Business Purpose And You (Ethics)Tax Shelters, Business Purpose And You (Ethics)2005
The SSTP Has Landed: Dealing With The Streamlined Sales Tax RulesThe SSTP Has Landed: Dealing With The Streamlined Sales Tax Rules2005
Is Your Company's Auditor Independent? Proposed New Rules Address Tax Services PCAOB Release No. 2004-015 (July 26, 2005)Is Your Company's Auditor Independent? Proposed New Rules Address Tax Services PCAOB Release No. 2004-015 (July 26, 2005)2005
Select State Tax Implications Of Conformity To Qualified Production Activity Income DeductionSelect State Tax Implications Of Conformity To Qualified Production Activity Income Deduction2005
California Franchise Tax Board Defines Personal Services For Purposes of ApportionmentCalifornia Franchise Tax Board Defines Personal Services For Purposes of Apportionment2005
Can Being Passive Be A Good Thing? Missouri Supreme Court Rules That Interest On Funds Invested By Out Of State Parent Is Nonapportionable IncomeCan Being Passive Be A Good Thing? Missouri Supreme Court Rules That Interest On Funds Invested By Out Of State Parent Is Nonapportionable Income2005
“Cost Of Performance” Means All Such Costs“Cost Of Performance” Means All Such Costs2005
California Appellate Court Holds That The Franchise Tax Board May Exclude Returned Principal From Taxpayers’ Gross ReceiptsCalifornia Appellate Court Holds That The Franchise Tax Board May Exclude Returned Principal From Taxpayers’ Gross Receipts2005
“Cost Of Performance” Means All Such Costs, Not Just Costs Of Direct Performance“Cost Of Performance” Means All Such Costs, Not Just Costs Of Direct Performance2005
California Appellate Court Holds That The Franchise Tax Board May Exclude Returned Principal From Taxpayers' Gross ReceiptsCalifornia Appellate Court Holds That The Franchise Tax Board May Exclude Returned Principal From Taxpayers' Gross Receipts2005
Can Being Passive Be A Good Thing? Missouri Supreme Court Rules That Interest On Funds Invested By Out Of State Parent Is Nonapportionable IncomeCan Being Passive Be A Good Thing? Missouri Supreme Court Rules That Interest On Funds Invested By Out Of State Parent Is Nonapportionable Income2005
Alabama Circuit Court Rules that the State May Tax the Alabama-Source Income of Nonresident Limited Partners in Alabama PartnershipsAlabama Circuit Court Rules that the State May Tax the Alabama-Source Income of Nonresident Limited Partners in Alabama Partnerships2005
Alabama Circuit Court Rules That The State May Tax The Alabama-Source Income Of Nonresident Limited Partners In Alabama PartnershipsAlabama Circuit Court Rules That The State May Tax The Alabama-Source Income Of Nonresident Limited Partners In Alabama Partnerships2005
Trademark Holding Companies are Subject to North Carolina Franchise and Income TaxesTrademark Holding Companies are Subject to North Carolina Franchise and Income Taxes2005
Trademark Holding Companies Are Subject To North Carolina Franchise And Income TaxesTrademark Holding Companies Are Subject To North Carolina Franchise And Income Taxes2005
Tennessee Supreme Court Holds Catalysts Fall Within The Scope Of The Industrial Machinery ExemptionTennessee Supreme Court Holds Catalysts Fall Within The Scope Of The Industrial Machinery Exemption2005
Tennessee Supreme Court Holds Catalysts Fall Within the Scope of the Industrial Machinery ExemptionTennessee Supreme Court Holds Catalysts Fall Within the Scope of the Industrial Machinery Exemption2005
One Statute, Two Interpretations of Legislative Intent: The Georgia Courts Address the Research Tax CreditOne Statute, Two Interpretations of Legislative Intent: The Georgia Courts Address the Research Tax Credit2004
Taxpayer Fails to Catalyze the Tennessee Court of Appeals to Expand the Industrial Machinery ExemptionTaxpayer Fails to Catalyze the Tennessee Court of Appeals to Expand the Industrial Machinery Exemption2004
Multi-state State Tax Update 2004Multi-state State Tax Update 20042004
Corporations That Licensed Intellectual Property to Restaurants Deemed Subject to North Carolina Income and Franchise TaxCorporations That Licensed Intellectual Property to Restaurants Deemed Subject to North Carolina Income and Franchise Tax2004
Federal and State Tax Shelter DevelopmentsFederal and State Tax Shelter Developments2004
Tax Reserves, Tax Planning and Workpapers: 'Are My Tax Documents Privileged?Tax Reserves, Tax Planning and Workpapers: 'Are My Tax Documents Privileged?2004
Business Purpose DoctrineBusiness Purpose Doctrine2004
Sarbanes-Oxley Implications for the SALT ProfessionalSarbanes-Oxley Implications for the SALT Professional2004
Run, Here Come the Cops - Troublesome New California Anti-Tax Shelter Provisions; Recent MTC Tax Shelter Report and ActivitiesRun, Here Come the Cops - Troublesome New California Anti-Tax Shelter Provisions; Recent MTC Tax Shelter Report and Activities2004
Intangible Holding Companies: M&A Apportionment, Nexus and Texas ImplicationsIntangible Holding Companies: M&A Apportionment, Nexus and Texas Implications2004
State Tax Update 2004 on Intangible Holding CompaniesState Tax Update 2004 on Intangible Holding Companies2004
Corporate Governance 2004 - Independence and Your Tax Department: Disclosure, Reserves, Working With Your Auditor and Your Audit Committee, etc.Corporate Governance 2004 - Independence and Your Tax Department: Disclosure, Reserves, Working With Your Auditor and Your Audit Committee, etc.2004
Business Purpose and State Tax Shelter LegislationBusiness Purpose and State Tax Shelter Legislation2004
In Texas, Form Over Substance Rules: Comptroller Makes an End Run Around Statutory Prohibition of Push Down AccountingIn Texas, Form Over Substance Rules: Comptroller Makes an End Run Around Statutory Prohibition of Push Down Accounting2003
Business Purpose: It Has to Make SenseBusiness Purpose: It Has to Make Sense2003
The Empire Strikes Back - New York Tax Appeals Tribunal Overturns Favorable Decision in Sherwin-Williams, Holds Sherwin-Williams Responsible for Filing Combined Returns With Its Intellectual Property Holding CompaniesThe Empire Strikes Back - New York Tax Appeals Tribunal Overturns Favorable Decision in Sherwin-Williams, Holds Sherwin-Williams Responsible for Filing Combined Returns With Its Intellectual Property Holding Companies2003
Maryland Highest Court Rules on Intangibles Holding CompaniesMaryland Highest Court Rules on Intangibles Holding Companies2003
State Tax Issues of Intercorporate Intellectual Property TransfersState Tax Issues of Intercorporate Intellectual Property Transfers2003
Different California Courts - Same ResultDifferent California Courts - Same Result2003
Sarbanes Oxley Revealed! (And What it Means to Your Tax Department)Sarbanes Oxley Revealed! (And What it Means to Your Tax Department)2003
Georgia Issues Consolidated Return RegulationsGeorgia Issues Consolidated Return Regulations2003
Limited Partners Beware - The Alabama Department of Revenue Seeks to Hold Nonresidential Limited Partners Liable for Alabama Personal Income Taxes on Gains and Income Derived by an Alabama Limited PartnershipLimited Partners Beware - The Alabama Department of Revenue Seeks to Hold Nonresidential Limited Partners Liable for Alabama Personal Income Taxes on Gains and Income Derived by an Alabama Limited Partnership2003
The Final Auditor Independence Regulations: New Considerations for Corporate Tax DepartmentsThe Final Auditor Independence Regulations: New Considerations for Corporate Tax Departments2003
The Final Auditor Independence Regulations: New Considerations for Corporate Tax DepartmentsThe Final Auditor Independence Regulations: New Considerations for Corporate Tax Departments2003
Impact of the SEC Final Rules under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 on Non-Audit and Tax Services Provided by AuditorsImpact of the SEC Final Rules under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 on Non-Audit and Tax Services Provided by Auditors2003
The State and Local Tax Lawyer, Vol. 8Commerce Clause Implications of Locally Imposed Gross Receipts Based Taxes2003
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 10Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2002
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 8Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2002
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 6Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2002
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 9Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2001
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 4Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2001
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 3Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2000
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 1Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2000
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 12Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2000
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 9Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2000
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 7Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2000
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 4Recent Developments -- Multistate Taxation2000
The State and Local Tax Lawyer, Vol. 3Defending Against a Geoffrey Assessment: Statutory Problems Inherent in Economic and Intangible Based Nexus Theories1998
The State and Local Tax Lawyer, Vol. 2The Extraterritorial Assertion of State Taxing Power: Onward to the Past1997

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Georgia School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1987
University of Georgia, AthensHistoryA.B1981
University of Georgia, AthensAccountancyMA - MastersN/A

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