Cameron Reilly is an associate in Baker McKenzie's Global Tax Practice Group in the Chicago office. He regularly advises both multinational corporations and individuals at all stages of tax disputes, from audit to administrative appeal and US Tax Court litigation.
Cameron advises mainly on transfer pricing disputes and other local and international tax disputes. He assists clients in all stages of tax disputes — from audit and administrative appeals before the IRS to litigation before the United States Tax Court and other federal courts.
Representative Legal Matters
- Richardson v. Commissioner, U.S. Tax Court Dkt. No. 7390-17S (section 469(i) rental real estate passive activity loss issue with a stipulated decision that no deficiencies or accuracy-related penalties are applicable).
Professional Associations and Memberships
- American Bar Association - Member
- U.S. Tax Court~United States (2018)
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois~United States (2017)
- Illinois~United States (2015)
- University of Minnesota (J.D. Business Law cum laude) (2015)
- University of Kentucky (B.A. summa cum laude) (2012)
Author, "The Supreme Court Rejects the Government’s Attempt to Merely Use 'Prosecutorial Discretion' Under the Omnibus Clause," North America Tax News and Developments, Baker McKenzie, April 2018
Co-author, "Coca-Cola Wins on Foreign Tax Credits in Tax Court," Baker McKenzie Tax News and Developments Newsletter, p. 1-2, March 2018
Author, "IRS’s LB&I Division Releases Five New Transfer Pricing Directives," Baker McKenzie Tax News and Developments Newsletter, p. 5-9, March 2018
Author, "When Will Appeals Excuse Exam From an Appeals Conference? Who Knows," Baker McKenzie Tax News and Developments Newsletter, p. 16-19, October 2017
Co-presenter, "Issues and Opportunities Relating to Cross-Border Tax Controversies After the TCJA," Tax Executive Institute/Houston Chapter 2018 Tax School, Houston, TX, May 2018