Who We Are

We thrive on solving our clients’ most complex and pressing problems—and delivering solutions. We’re driven by a passion for the law and for people; by uncompromising principles, attention to detail, and a desire to exceed expectations.

We go the distance. Freeman’s trial attorneys have taken hundreds of cases to verdicts and final orders. We place a particular emphasis on complex financial and tax disputes.

Our ranks include former IRS trial attorneys, former federal law clerks to the Chief Judge of the United States Tax Court, tax law professors, dual-credentialed attorney-CPAs, and attorneys with advanced LL.M. tax degrees from the most prestigious tax programs in the nation. One-third of our attorneys serve as law professors at tier one law schools.

“I founded this firm with an uncompromising drive to be exceptional; to provide world-class legal counsel. Our expectations are high. We want to leave an impact and a legacy. We want our clients to expect the unexpected. Our goal has always been to leave our clients in a better place than we found them.”

Jason B. Freeman

Recognized as a "Tier 1" Tax Law Firm by U.S. News and World Reports.

Freeman successfully defended a U.S. congressman in a multi-million-dollar business dispute against a two-star general, obtaining a favorable verdict.

Freeman served as lead white-collar criminal defense counsel for a client indicted for allegedly hacking Microsoft and EA Sports company servers and obtaining more than $20 million of virtual currency, allegedly laundered through Russian and Chinese secondary markets. Freeman's client received no time.

Freeman obtained a discharge of a $17,000,000-plus federal tax liability on behalf of an individual client.

Freeman served as lead counsel and obtained a multi-million-dollar recovery for multiple clients in lawsuits against a multinational Fortune 50 company.

Freeman's International Tax Department served as tax counsel and advised a public Mexican company on the sale of its U.S. subsidiaries to a U.S. public company in a $293 million transaction.