Unlike other courts, the Tax Court extends membership in its bar to qualified non-attorneys, allowing CPAs and Enrolled Agents to represent taxpayers in the United States Tax Court.
WHY SHOULD YOU TAKE THE TAX COURT PREPARATION COURSE WITH FREEMAN LAW?
Our course is administered and taught by credentialed tax attorneys. Our attorneys have first-chaired hundreds of Tax Court cases to verdict. We bring a wealth of procedural and substantive experience as well as a passion for teaching and communicating. Our course faculty includes Jason B. Freeman is a dual-credentialed attorney-CPA, and currently serves as the Chairman of the Texas Society of CPAs. Mr. Freeman has taught tax law as a professor at the Dedman School of Law for nearly a decade and has been recognized by Chambers & Partners as among leading tax and litigation attorneys in the United States and was named the “Leading Tax Controversy Litigation Attorney of the Year” for the State of Texas for 2019 and 2020 by AI. Matthew Roberts served for years as the clerk/attorney-advisor to the Chief Judge of the Tax Court. Mr. Roberts received his LLM in Taxation from the New York University School of Law and is a nationally recognized tax controversy attorney and prolific author. And finally, Gregory Mitchel is the director of the SMU Dedman School of Law’s federal taxpayer clinic. He obtained his LLM in taxation from the New York University School of Law.
Need assistance litigating in the U.S. Tax Court? Freeman Law’s tax attorneys are experienced litigators with trial-tested litigation skills and in-depth substantive tax knowledge, having collectively litigated hundreds of cases before the U.S. Tax Court. Our tax controversy lawyers have extensive experience in Tax Court matters involving partnership audits and litigation under both the TEFRA and BBA regimes, international tax penalties, foreign trusts, valuation, reasonable compensation disputes, unreported income, fraud penalties, other tax penalties, and many other matters. We draw on our experience and wealth of tax knowledge to advise and guide clients through the entire tax controversy process, building the right strategy to resolve tax controversies from day one. Schedule a consultation or call (214) 984-3000 to discuss your Tax Court concerns or questions.