Kevin Kenworthy is a partner with the law firm Miller & Chevalier in Washington, D.C. He practices in the area of federal income taxation with an emphasis on tax litigation and other tax controversy matters. Over his twenty plus years in practice, Mr. Kenworthy has represented large multinational clients in a variety of disputes before the courts and the Internal Revenue Service. He has led or been a member of the firm’s successful litigating teams for many significant tax cases during this time. In addition to litigating matters, Mr. Kenworthy regularly represents clients in the administrative phase of disputes with the IRS, including Appeals and other alternative dispute resolution procedures.
Mr. Kenworthy is active in the American Bar Association’s Section of Taxation and is a former Chair of the Court Procedure and Practice Committee. He frequently speaks publicly on a variety of tax topics. Mr. Kenworthy has been ranked in Chambers USA 2008 - 2010. Mr. Kenworthy is also active in the J. Edgar Murdoch Inns of Court hosted by the United States Tax Court.
He served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable William A. Goffe, Judge of the U.S. Tax Court, before joining Miller & Chevalier in 1987.