Martin Huck is a Principal in Ernst & Young LLP’s National Mergers and Acquisitions group. His practice involves a wide range of Federal income tax issues relating to multinational corporate transactions, with particular focus on tax-free spin-offs in the domestic and cross-border context, multinational integration transactions, and consolidated return issues. He leads engagements that include transaction structuring and implementation, opinions, and private letter rulings.
Martin joined EY from the Corporate Division of the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. Prior to working at the IRS, he was a clerk at the United States Tax Court. He holds a BS in Mathematics and English from Carnegie Mellon University, a JD from Indiana University’s School of Law in Bloomington, and an LLM in Taxation from the University of Baltimore’s School of Law.
Martin is a former Chair of the Corporate Tax Committee of the American Bar Association’s Tax Section. He regularly participates in panel presentations for the ABA Tax Section, Practicing Law Institute, and the DC Bar Association’s Corporation Tax Committee, and served as an instructor for NYU’s Summer Institute in Taxation.