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Lauren Ann Ross represents clients in tax controversy matters and advises clients on a variety of international and domestic tax issues. Ms. Ross’s controversy experience includes representing clients during audits and administrative appeals, in litigation, and before the IRS National Office.

  • Represents clients in controversy matters relating to, among others, transfer pricing, subpart F, the capitalization and amortization of payments for intangibles, withholding and information reporting requirements, and the domestic production deduction.
  • Advises clients on transfer pricing issues, including global audit defense strategies, the preparation of country-by-country reporting documentation, and intercompany agreements.
  • Advises clients on other international tax issues, including the international provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the subpart F rules, the foreign tax credit, the application of tax treaties, the capitalization and amortization of payments for intangibles, and withholding and information reporting requirements for cross-border payments.
  • Counsel to National Hockey League team in in successful trial before the U.S. Tax Court involving limitations as to the deductibility of certain business expenses. Jacobs v. Commissioner, 148 T.C. No. 24 (2017).

Pro Bono

  • Represents nonprofit organizations and low-income taxpayers in federal and state tax controversy matters.
  • Assists low-income homeowners and renters in applying for the District of Columbia’s Schedule H tax credit.