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Caplin & Drysdale Taps Mark D. Allison to Bolster Tax Practices in New York

June 16, 2011, Caplin & Drysdale
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Mark D. Allison has joined Caplin & Drysdale as a New York-based member in the Tax Controversies and Tax Litigation practices. Allison was previously a partner at Dewey & LeBoeuf where he worked on complex federal and state tax controversy and litigation matters. 

Allison has represented multinational corporations, financial institutions and individuals in cases presided over by the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Justice, the United States Attorney's Office and other government agencies. His litigation experience includes trials before the United States Tax Court, the United States Court of Federal Claims and federal district court.
 
"Mark's recognized international expertise in tax controversy matters brings additional strength to our firm's extensive practice in this area, " said Scott D. Michel, President of Caplin & Drysdale. "He is a thought leader in the field, and he will enhance our ability to provide unparalleled service to our clients in New York and around the world."

Prior to working in the private sector, Allison also served as attorney-advisor for the Honorable Julian I. Jacobs of the United States Tax Court and as a law clerk for the Honorable Joseph C. Small of the New Jersey Tax Court.

In addition to his public service and private practice experience, Allison also teaches as an adjunct professor at the New York University School of Law, and serves as the Vice Chair of the Court Procedure & Practice Committee of the American Bar Association, Tax Section.


About Caplin & Drysdale


Caplin & Drysdale provides a full range of tax and legal services to companies, organizations, and individuals throughout the United States and around the world. The firm also provides exempt organization counseling, political law counseling, complex litigation services, employee benefits counseling, private client services, corporate law counseling, and white collar defense. For more information, visit www.capdale.com. 

                                                                                        

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About Caplin & Drysdale
Having celebrated our 50th Anniversary in 2014, Caplin & Drysdale continues to be a leading provider of tax, tax controversy, and litigation legal services to corporations, individuals, and nonprofits throughout the United States and around the world. We are also privileged to serve as legal advisors to accounting firms, financial institutions, law firms, and other professional services organizations.

The firm's reputation over the years has earned us the trust and respect of clients, industry peers, and government agencies. Moreover, clients rely on our broad knowledge of the law and our keen insights into their business concerns and personal interests. Our lawyers' strong tactical and problem-solving skills - combined with substantial experience handling a variety of complex, high stakes, matters in a boutique environment - make us one the nation's most distinctive law firms.

With offices in New York City and Washington, D.C., Caplin & Drysdale's core practice areas include:

-Bankruptcy
-Business, Investment & Transactional Tax
-Complex Litigation
-Corporate Law
-Employee Benefits
-Exempt Organizations
-International Tax
-Political Law
-Private Client
-Tax Controversies
-Tax Litigation
-White Collar Defense

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