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Kristin M. Mikolaitis

Kristin M. Mikolaitis

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Tax Controversy Team of the Year

The Legal 500 US Awards recognized Mayer Brown as Team of the Year for Tax Controversy for the second consecutive year. The award honors the best private practice teams over the past 12 months.

Kristin M. Mikolaitis is a partner in the Tax Controversy practice in Mayer Brown's New York office. Since joining the firm in 2008, Kristin has represented taxpayers at all stages of federal tax controversies, including during audit, in administrative appeals, and before federal courts. Kristin’s controversy experience includes major corporate tax matters involving international tax and transfer pricing, substance-over-form disputes, economic substance issues, financial and leasing transactions, and civil tax penalties. Her litigation experience includes extensive pre-trial and trial work in the United States Court of Federal Claims and the United States Tax Court, as well as matters in various United States Courts of Appeals. Kristin has also actively participated in the firm’s pro bono efforts, by representing individuals in tax, landlord-tenant, and estate planning matters.

Kristin serves on the firm’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, Hiring Committee, and Litigation Training Committee, and the New York office’s Women’s Forum Steering Committee. She also serves on the National Women’s Law Center’s Leadership Advisory Committee and is co-chair of its Pro Bono Services and Public Policy Sub-Committee.

From 2009 to 2012, Kristin was based in the firm’s Washington DC office.

Mayer Brown was recently named Tax Controversy Team of the Year for the second consecutive year in the Legal 500 United States Awards. "Mayer Brown is 'among the best' and fields a large team…dedicated exclusively to tax controversy and transfer pricing," said Legal 500 and its sources in the US edition. The firm is “regularly seen in the most high-profile controversy cases before the US Tax Court” and produced “yet another impressive run of work” in 2014.
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