Mark W. Yopp focuses his practice on state and local tax matters, including state tax controversy, multistate planning, and federal and multistate legislative monitoring and analysis. He focuses on corporate/franchise tax, sales tax, withholding taxes and unclaimed property. He also has extensive experience assisting clients with the state tax implications of new and emerging technologies, including digital goods and services, cloud computing and electronic commerce.
In addition to speaking regularly on state tax topics, Mark has co-authored a number of articles on various state tax and unclaimed property issues. While in law school, he served on the editorial board of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal.