represents clients in complex tax controversies and litigation. He has litigated numerous tax cases in the US Tax Court, US Court of Federal Claims, and federal district and appellate courts. A focus of Alex’s practice is the research and development (R&D) tax credit. He has litigated several R&D cases and helped clients resolve issues with the IRS without litigation. Alex is the author of a guide on research tax credit and frequently speaks on this topic. He has also served as chair and vice-chair of the DC Bar’s Tax Audits and Litigation Committee.
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