Kim Marie Boylan
, a partner, is global head of tax and head of US tax disputes. She specialises in tax disputes and transfer pricing – all aspects of domestic and international US Federal tax disputes, including advising clients during the audit process, resolving matters through participation in both pre- and post-audit administrative dispute-resolution programmes available at the US Internal Revenue Service, and, where necessary, litigating matters in US Federal courts. She also advises clients on transfer-pricing matters, including the Advance Pricing Agreement process. While her practice focuses primarily on civil tax issues, she has also successfully represented multiple clients on criminal tax matters. She has published widely in industry publications.
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