WHAT I DO
Specializing in Bankruptcy, Tax Controversy, Transactional Law, and Organizational Crime
In a chatty letter to Jean Baptiste Le Roy in November 1789, Benjamin Franklin made this prescient statement: “Our new Constitution is now established and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Two hundred and thirty years later our Constitution is robust, intersecting and interacting with death and taxes. Because of these connections with the law and daily life, I specialize in tax controversy and disputes between tax collection entities, like the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or State and Local Tax (SALT) agencies, and individuals, corporations, and businesses.
Other areas of practice include bankruptcy, transactional law, and organizational crime.
I am admitted to practice in all state courts of Texas, including the Supreme Court of Texas, the Federal Northern District of Texas Court, the Federal Northern District of Texas Bankruptcy Court, the United States Tax Court, the United States Immigration Court, and the United States Immigration Court of Appeals.