Lonn W. Myers focuses his practice on tax controversies, tax-exempt bond financing and business tax planning. He has substantial experience in tax controversies concerning asset valuation and capital recovery, debt vs. equity and cross-border financing structures, and in tax aspects of tax-exempt bond financing (including post issuance compliance and bondholder tax issues), leasing and depreciation matters, cross-border financing transactions, as well as the organization, reorganization, acquisition, disposition and liquidation of corporations and pass-through entities. Lonn is also a certified public accountant.


  • Representing US-based manufacturers of capital and consumer nondurable goods in federal tax controversies involving asset valuation issues, capitalization vs. expensing and depreciation issues, debt vs. equity and cross-border financing issues and royalty issues
  • Represented US-based subsidiaries of foreign companies in federal tax controversies involving debt vs. equity and cross-border financing issues
  • Advising US financial companies on tax issues involving operating and finance leases

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  • Serves as board member, trustee, officer or finance committee member of various tax-exempt charitable organizations


Harvard Law School, JD, cum laude, 1976
Indiana University, MBA, 1973
Michigan State University, BA, 1968


US Court of Federal Claims
US Tax Court

Lonn W. Myers

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