Charles focuses his practice on federal taxation issues, including tax controversies and transactional planning, with an emphasis on the federal tax treatment of state and local government bonds of all types. He also has experience in federal income and excise tax matters in areas such as transactional planning, general federal tax advice and tax-controversy matters affecting business organizations, non-profit organizations, cooperative organizations, and state and local governments.
He regularly represents clients on federal income tax matters under legislative consideration by Congress and regulatory and ruling consideration by the U.S. Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service. He has dealt extensively with the IRS National Office, Treasury Department and Congressional personnel on both technical and tax-policy issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Charles L. Almond