Eric M. McLimore is an associate in Neal Gerber Eisenberg’s Taxation practice group. Eric concentrates his practice on assisting individual and corporate taxpayers with IRS controversies, including litigation, appeals preparation and representation, audit guidance, and rulings.
Eric has drafted protest briefs on behalf of Fortune 500 companies in transfer pricing, equity compensation, restructuring, deductibility versus capitalization of expense, and other tax disputes with the IRS. He has also submitted private letter ruling requests related to cost sharing arrangements in a high-technology industry and gain non-recognition provisions in the energy industry.
Eric is a certified public accountant and worked as an auditor at a ‘Big Four’ accounting firm prior to beginning his legal career.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Eric M. McLimore