Representative Legal Matters
Led a team of attorneys and legal professionals responsible for investigating claims brought against multiple Swiss banks in the United States Department of Justices' Swiss Bank Program.
Represented a Liechtenstein-based insurance company under investigation by US and Liechtenstein authorities.
Represented high net worth individuals in disputes with the Internal Revenue Service, particularly relating to disclosure of non-US assets.
Advised a financial institution on cross-border business ventures, including currency controls and money laundering concerns.
Advised high-net worth families regarding tax planning prior to potential relocation to the United States.
Represented an auction house in connection with the source of funds relating to a potential sale of artwork for money laundering and tax evasion concerns.
Advised a high-net worth family on a tax-efficient restructuring of its corporate holdings.
- Massachusetts~United States (2011)
- New Hampshire~United States (2011)
- Boston University School of Law (LL.M. Taxation) (2015)
- Boston University School of Law (J.D. cum laude) (2011)
- Brigham Young University (B.A. magna cum laude) (2008)
Author, "The DOJ acts to foreclose against widow's home in Wyly Tax fraud case," Private Wealth Newsletter, Baker McKenzie, March 2017
Author, "Taxpayer Scores a Partial Win on Penalty for Willful Violation of FBAR Filing Requirements," Journal of International Taxation, September 2017
Author, "Taxpayers committed US tax fraud with offshore trusts," Trusts & Trustees, January 2017
Author, "Lessons Learned From U.S. Tax Fraud Case," Wealth Management, 4 January 2017
Session Leader, "Changes in Favorable Tax Regimes for Non-residents," Baker McKenzie Zurich, 23 March 2017