Mary Burke Baker is a government affairs advisor in the Washington, D.C. office. Mary focuses on federal tax matters affecting businesses—including domestic and multi-national corporations and all types of pass-through entities—and individuals. Her practice covers tax policy, tax reform, regulatory and other guidance, tax administration and technical tax issues, with particular emphasis on the OECD and the European Union, accounting methods, energy and medical device issues, and FBAR compliance matters for individuals.
Mary consults with and advises Congressional, Treasury and IRS staff on tax reform and international tax policy issues. She stays abreast of current tax policy developments on the Hill and around the world and keeps clients up-to-date, together with political insights and analysis regarding the significance of these developments.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mary Burke Baker
Mary Burke Baker is a government affairs counselor with K&L Gates, and she was named a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for her content contributions covering Opportunity Zone Tax Regulations. Stemming from the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, these new incentives have understandably generated considerable analysis, and Burke-Baker, along with her colleagues Edward Dartley and Adam Tejeda, have provided expert interpretation of the provisions in several articles across 2019.