JORDAN M. GOODMAN co-chairs the firm's State and Local Tax (SALT) Group. Jordan resolves state and local tax controversies for multistate and multinational corporations, including Fortune 1000 clients with complex operations, in industries such as manufacturing, retailing, financial services, e-tailing, broadcasting and telecommunications.
Jordan has successfully resolved tax controversies in virtually every state and counsels businesses on the tax ramifications and benefits of various organizational structures. Clients seek him out for ideas and resolutions on a range of tax issues, including:
Corporate income taxes
Sales and use taxes
Local license taxes
Gross receipts taxes
Business and occupation taxes
Single business taxes
Capital stock taxes
Unclaimed property matters
Nexus, apportionment, business income, unitary business groups and residency
Credits, losses, exemptions, and the tax base
As both an attorney and a CPA, Jordan has a comprehensive view of tax planning issues and strategies. His experience and education enable him to deliver a creative, complete and practical approach to limiting the full range of tax exposures. He was recently elected as a fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America, an invitation only trial lawyers honorary society that includes less than one-half of one percent of American Lawyers.
Jordan has lectured on numerous state and local tax topics before business and professional associations, including the Council on State Taxation, the Tax Executives Institute, the Chicago Tax Club, Georgetown University Institute on State and Local Taxation, the National Institute Symposium, and annual meetings for CPAmerica, AGN International and CRI, LLC. In addition, Jordan continuously creates and presents accredited state and local tax seminars throughout the country and has been recognized as an "Illinois Super Lawyer" by his clients and peers.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jordan M. Goodman