Greg Kidder is a partner in the Washington office of Steptoe & Johnson LLP.  He focuses on federal income taxation issues, with particular emphasis on the taxation of corporate entities and cross-border transactions.

Mr. Kidder advises clients on structuring corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, and spin-off transactions for large public corporations, as well as closely held businesses.  He also advises clients on international issues, including deferral, foreign tax credits, and tax treaty matters.

In addition to providing tax planning advice, Mr. Kidder also assists clients in tax controversy matters, including all stages of the Internal Revenue Service administrative process and in litigation.  He has extensive experience negotiating with field agents, appeals officers and district counsel in settling significant audit issues.

Prior to graduating from Harvard Law School, Mr. Kidder worked as a summer associate for both Steptoe and a Chicago law firm.

During the summer of 1998, Mr. Kidder worked as a White House intern in the Office of the Counsel to the President, where he assisted attorneys and staff with work relating to the President’s federal judicial appointments.