Thomas (Tom) W. Giegerich advises domestic and international clients regarding a wide range of corporate tax planning, transactional and controversy matters arising in a broad variety of contexts, including:
Domestic and cross-border joint ventures and distribution and licensing arrangements
Finance transactions, cash pooling arrangements and structured finance
Taxable and tax-free mergers
Tax treaty issues
Tom has extensive experience advising on the specialized US tax issues faced by foreign multinationals and foreign-owned US multinationals, and has worked on numerous projects involving multi-jurisdictional tax issues. Tom also represents clients in tax disputes before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) involving a variety of matters at the audit, Appeals Office and National Office levels. Ranking publications note client comments as to Tom’s « broad experience and great tax knowledge, » « very good commercial business understanding » and « comprehensive tax expertise and well-rounded commercial approach. »
While in law school, Tom was a member of the editorial board of the Duke Law Journal.
Duke University School of Law, JD, with distinction, Order of the Coif, 1980
New York University School of Law, LLM, Taxation, 1986
Fordham University, BA, summa cum laude in cursu honorum, Phi Beta Kappa, 1977
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