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Tax Controversy Practice

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The attorneys in our Tax Controversy Practice have extensive expertise in understanding and interpreting the abundant statutes, rules and regulations that make up federal, state and local tax law—and the advocacy skills of specialized litigators. This combination of skills and experience puts our clients in the best position possible to succeed in resolving vital income, business, estate and property tax disputes.

Our attorneys are experienced at handling very complicated and high-stakes tax challenges before all of the various bodies that hear such cases, including the Michigan Tax Tribunal and Michigan Court of Claims, as well as Federal Tax and District Courts.

The existing Appellate Practice at Warner has also won a number of major victories in tax-related cases, including one that defeated the Michigan Department of Treasury’s longstanding, multi-state apportionment methodology for business income on personal tax returns. That case resulted in a very favorable result for our client and, importantly, a pro-taxpayer interpretation of the law going forward.

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Thomas Amon
+1.616.752.2727
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Jason Byrne
+1.616.752.2263
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Scott Carvo
+1.616.752.2759
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Sean Cook
+1.248.784.5058
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Jay Kennedy
+1.248.784.5180
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Christian Meyer
+1.616.752.2423

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