CHRISTOPHER T. LUTZ is Of Counsel with the firm's State & Local Tax Group. He concentrates his practice on litigating state and local tax controversies for multi-state businesses, regularly representing his clients at all levels of state courts and administrative tribunals across the country. He also advises businesses on a range of issues, including income tax, local taxes, sales and use taxes, and taxes relating to financial institutions, insurance, telecommunications, and energy companies.
Chris is a frequent speaker before such groups as the Council on State Taxation (COST), Georgetown University Institute on State and Local Taxation; The Paul J. Hartman State Tax Forum; Tax Executives Institute; and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT). He has published articles in State Tax Notes, Bloomberg BNA, National Litigation Consultants' Review, and the Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives. Chris currently serves on the committee for IPT's Annual Conference Income Tax Section.
Chris received his J.D. from the George Washington University Law School with honors and received his B.A. in Environmental Science from Vassar College. He also worked at COST as a legal fellow.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher T. Lutz