Randle Pollard is a member of the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation group. He focuses on employment tax matters at both the federal and state levels, the review of labor and tax laws governing qualified benefit plans, and advises client on the taxation of employee fringe benefits.
Randle has over twenty years of tax law experience as in-house counsel, and from prior positions within government, public accounting, and academia. In addition to his practice with Ogletree Deakins, he is a member of the law faculty at American University, Washington College of Law, as an Adjunct Professor of Law.
Randle has been a panelist and presenter at several conferences and meetings including those associated with the American Bar Association Section of Taxation, the National Bar Association, and the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. He has several publications and his scholarship focuses on municipal bonds, state and local tax policy and state and local tax incentives.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Randle B. Pollard