Jeff Goldman strengthens Tax Controversy practice at Holland & Knight

 In Holland Knight, Husch Blackwell

Jeffrey Goldman has joined Holland & Knight’s Chicago office as a partner in the firm’s Tax Controversy practice. He has worked on a number of high-profile tax matters in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, healthcare, manufacturing, insurance and automotive. Previously, he was a partner at Husch Blackwell in Kansas City, Mo.

“We are extremely pleased that Jeff is coming to Holland & Knight,” said Jenny Johnson, head of the Tax Controversy and Litigation team at the firm. “He will be an excellent fit for our current work representing clients with offshore financial interests and who may be facing controversy or criminal matters. Our practice continues to grow in this area, and his experience handling significant tax controversies will greatly benefit our ability to continue attracting more complex cases.”

Mr. Goldman has represented Fortune 500 companies as well as mid-sized and smaller companies on both tax and compliance issues. He has a great deal of experience advising U.S. and foreign-based insurers on tax and state regulatory matters, and in captive insurance. His background includes working with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, foreign bank account reporting and voluntary disclosures, and other international tax issues, including tax treaties, taxation of expatriates, foreign tax credits, transfer pricing and debt/equity issues.

“I am so happy to become a part of the team at Holland & Knight,” said Mr. Goldman. “The depth of the tax controversy practice as well as the variety of matters the lawyers handle attracted me. I can see how my work developing offshore referrals will enhance what Holland & Knight is already doing regarding tax compliance internationally.”



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