heads White & Case’s transfer pricing practice and focuses on international and domestic tax disputes. He routinely represents multinational companies in transfer pricing matters, including advance pricing agreements, with the Internal Revenue Service and foreign tax authorities. He also advises taxpayers on proceedings before the US and foreign competent authorities on a broad range of issues, including double taxation, residency and permanent establishment questions. Additionally, Mr Gleicher represents corporate and individual taxpayers in domestic tax examinations and settlement negotiations with the Internal Revenue Service at the examination and appeals levels.
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