Paul Dau is counsel in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP based in the Firm's Silicon Valley office. He focuses his practice on complex international transactions involving intangibles, and on the resolution of federal tax controversies, from pre-audit preparation through litigation. He has represented clients in disputes before the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Courts of Appeals, the Internal Revenue Service’s Appeals Division and the Internal Revenue Service National Office in a broad variety of matters. Paul has extensive experience with all aspects of cross-border use of intangibles, including overlaps and conflicts between financial statement and tax valuations and disclosures, as well as the interactions between tax and IP law. Paul’s practice also includes representation of clients in IP litigation relating to patents.
Paul is a frequent speaker at Tax Executives Institute meetings and has made numerous presentations at professional conferences on issues relating to cross-border use of intangibles, including the interactions between tax law and IP law in such areas. Paul has published extensively in both areas.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul Dau