Geoffrey Collins is an associate in Mayer Brown’s Tax Controversy practice. Before joining Mayer Brown, he served as law clerk and attorney advisor to Hon. Richard T. Morrison of the United States Tax Court. Since coming to Mayer Brown in 2011, Geoffrey’s practice has focused on tax controversies regarding debt-equity characterization and the economic substance and sham transaction doctrines. Utilizing his tax court experience, he also focuses on privilege and procedural issues.
Geoffrey received his JD magna cum laude from Cornell Law School where he was Order of the Coif and an Editor of the Cornell Law Review.