Matthew S. Mauney

Baker & McKenzie LLP


Matthew Mauney joined Baker McKenzie in April 2011 as an associate in the Houston office’s Tax group. He focuses his practice on international tax planning. Prior to Baker McKenzie, Mr. Mauney worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP where he handled a mixture of federal corporate and international tax work.

Practice Focus

Mr. Mauney represents multinational clients on a variety of federal income tax law matters, with emphasis on international tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, redomestications, transfer pricing and global restructuring.


  • Texas~United States (2011)
  • Florida~United States (2009)


  • University of Florida (LL.M.) (2009)
  • University of Florida (J.D., cum laude) (2008)
  • University of Florida (B.S., cum laude) (2005)


  • English


  • Presenter, “Understanding the Source and Expense Allocation Rules for Determining Foreign Source Income,” TEI-Houston Tax School, Houston, Texas, February 2014

  • Presenter, “Tax-Free International Mergers and Acquisitions under Sec. 367,” Bloomberg BNA/CITE – US International Tax Planning Seminar, Houston, Texas, May 2013

  • Presenter, “Case Studies in Supply Chain Management – US Consignment Manufacturing,” Baker & McKenzie Tax Planning and Transactions Workshop, New York, New York, May 2012


  • Co-author, “The Nail that Sticks out Gets Hammered Down: Consolidated Edison, the Lone Taxpayer Victory in the LILO/SILO Cases is Overturned, ” Tax News and Developments, Baker & McKenzie, Chicago, Illinois, February 2013

  • Co-author, “Prop. Reg. § 1.267(f)-1: Was the Super Secret Rule Ever Really Secret, or Super?, ” Tax News and Developments, Baker & McKenzie, Chicago, Illinois, June 2012