19 years, 1,000 cases
19 years, 50 cases
My tax law career started in 2005 as a trial attorney with the IRS in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ultimately, my IRS career took me to Phoenix, Arizona. In 2012 I left the IRS and entered private practice. During my post-IRS career, I rose to the practice group manager for tax litigation at an AmLaw 200 law firm. In 2019, I opened my own law firm with another former IRS attorney, David Jojola.
Over the years, my practice areas remainded consistent - tax litigation and controversy. The biggest change? Representing businesses, individuals, estates, and trusts rather than the IRS. I handle numerous tax disputes, from pre-audit and audit to administrative appeals through litigation.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.