Robin L. Greenhouse represents businesses and individuals in resolving complex, large-dollar federal tax controversies. Robin is adept at using dispute resolution techniques, including fast track mediation, pre-filing agreements, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) appeals and post-appeals mediation, and has been the lead lawyer in significant litigation. Over her 30-year career as a government and private practice tax litigator, she has argued more than 100 cases in federal courts at every level.
Robin is a recognized authority on attorney-client, work product and tax practitioner privileges. She speaks before professional groups and organizations and writes in legal industry journals frequently on matters relating to tax litigation and IRS administrative practice and procedure. Robin is co-author of "Obtaining Information from the Government Disclosure Statutes" for the Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolio.
Prior to entering private practice, Robin served as a trial lawyer with the US Department of Justice, Tax Division, where she was honored with the Tax Division's "Outstanding Attorney" award in 1987.