Patricia Gimbel Lewis is a member in Caplin & Drysdale's Washington, D.C. office, having started with the firm in 1971.
Ms. Lewis' practice currently focuses on international transfer pricing issues, competent authority matters, and other aspects of international taxation. This includes tax planning advice on compliance with U.S. and foreign transfer pricing rules in connection with ongoing business operations or business transactions, as well as assistance in the event of tax audits and other administrative controversies. A particular emphasis is the negotiation of advance pricing agreements (APAs) between taxpayers, the IRS, and foreign tax authorities.
Ms. Lewis represents businesses in many industries, including financial services. She has worked with major U.S.-based multinationals as well as U.S. affiliates of foreign corporations, involving cross-border transactions with Japan, the United Kingdom, France, India, Canada, Brazil, Sweden and Germany, among others. Ms. Lewis was particularly active in the fight to protect the confidentiality of APAs from unwarranted disclosure.