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Gary B. Wilcox

Gary B. Wilcox

Mayer Brown LLP

Washington, DC, USA


Gary Wilcox is a partner in Mayer Brown's Washington DC office and a member of the Tax Controversy and Transfer Pricing practices. Gary recently joined Mayer Brown, after serving as a co-leader of PricewaterhouseCoopers' (PwC) US tax controversy practice. Previously, Gary led the tax practice at another international law firm. Prior to that, he served as the deputy chief counsel of the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS), where he was in charge of approximately 700 attorneys in the Office of Chief Counsel and had primary responsibility within the IRS for developing its positions on technical tax issues and the issuance of regulations and rulings.

Gary's practice focuses on tax and transfer pricing planning, and tax controversies.  Gary represents multinational corporations in the audit and appeals phases of an IRS dispute as well as in litigation.  He has particular experience with controversies arising from complex transactions, typically in a cross-border context, such as leveraged distributions and other repatriations, intercompany debt, worthless stock deductions, and cost sharing arrangements.

Gary also  has many years of experience advising clients on structuring mergers, acquisitions and internal reorganizations. He is a frequent lecturer on corporate tax issues, and is an author of the BNA Tax Management Portfolio entitled "Corporate Acquisitions- (A), (B), and (C) Reorganizations."

Gary has an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University, a JD with highest honors from the University of Oklahoma and an undergraduate degree (cum laude) from Texas Tech University.

Gary B. Wilcox is associated with the following items:
Treatise Chapters  Treatise Chapters Investment Company Limitations for Corporations and Partnerships - The Corporate Tax Practice Series, Wednesday, February 08, 2017
How and When to Apply Step Transaction Doctrine in Corporate and Partnership Restructuring Transactions - The Partnership Tax Practice Series, Tuesday, August 01, 2017
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