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)
- Co-author, "Governmental use of technology for compliance monitoring and enforcement," Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, December 2020
- Author, “Alert Update to DOJ’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Program,” Baker McKenzie, 9 June 2020
- 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