Tax / Washington Government Relations and Public Policy - Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
Morgan Lewis’s Tax Practice—led by attorneys with high-level backgrounds in the U.S. Treasury and Justice departments—provides large multinational clients an integrated approach to the delivery of tax advice with a focus on four major disciplines: advising on transactions, providing day-to-day consulting on myriad substantive and tax compliance issues, resolving disputes with taxing authorities and in court, and helping clients obtain private or public guidance from the IRSand Treasury.
We coordinate these disciplines by working together as teams and across our U.S., London, Paris, Frankfurt, and Beijing offices, producing practical and efficient solutions to often highly complicated tax problems. The group has recently expanded to include a full-service Fringe Benefit and Payroll Tax Practice and a significant presence in Northern California.
Washington Government Relations and Public Policy
A diverse group of lawyers with senior-level executive branch and government regulatory agency backgrounds forms the core of Morgan Lewis’s Washington, D.C. Government Relations and Public Policy Practice. The group leverages its firsthand Washington knowledge and insight to craft and execute legal strategies for navigating complex legal, regulatory, and legislative challenges. Attorneys in this practice are particularly focused on helping clients anticipate—and succeed amid—legislative and regulatory change and heightened Congressional oversight.
The practice is built around alumni from both Republican and Democratic administrations, ensuring multidimensional perspective on all matters. Our Washington, D.C. office is home to attorneys who have held leadership or high-level positions in the White House and at field and headquarters divisions of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Other attorneys in the practice with a range of corporate backgrounds also routinely engage with these and other agencies to advance the business objectives of our clients.