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Lindsay Kitzinger is a member of the Tax Practice Group. Her practice focuses on domestic and international tax planning and controversy resolution. She also advises on transactional tax matters, including corporate acquisitions, dispositions, and restructurings, as well as the formation of partnerships and joint ventures.

Ms. Kitzinger rejoins the firm after serving as an Attorney Advisor in the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of International Tax Counsel from 2016 to 2019. During her time at Treasury, Ms. Kitzinger participated in the development of the international tax provisions of the TCJA, and after its enactment she worked extensively on regulations and other guidance implementing those provisions, including the following:

  • Regulations addressing TCJA changes to the foreign tax credit basket rules under section 904.
  • Regulations addressing foreign tax credit and expense allocation under the GILTI rules of section 951A.
  • Several notices and regulations relating to the transition tax on deferred foreign earnings under section 965.
  • Notice relating to the treatment of previously taxed earnings and profits under section 959.