is an associate in Mayer Brown’s Tax Controversy and Transfer Pricing practice. Anthony has represented corporate, partnership, and individual taxpayers in all stages of tax controversy, including examination, administrative appeal, litigation and trial. He has experience with transfer pricing allocations, debt-equity characterisation, valuations, accounting method changes, substance-over-form arguments and penalties. Anthony focuses a significant portion of his practice on tax matters involving complex discovery, privilege, and document-production issues. As a complement to his controversy practice, Anthony counsels multinationals on the transfer pricing of related-party transactions. He is co-editor of Best Methods, Mayer Brown’s blog on transfer pricing issues.
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