Phillip J. Taylor has helped clients seeking to successfully resolve cases before the United States Tax Court, United States Court of Federal Claims, United States Courts of Appeals, and numerous other federal and state courts throughout the country. Mr. Taylor has participated in a wide variety of dispute resolution matters involving a broad spectrum of international and domestic issues, including issues related to transfer pricing, research credits, challenges to the validity of regulations, statutory interpretation of Internal Revenue Code provisions, transferee liability matters, and the application of substance over form, economic substance, and step transaction doctrines. Mr. Taylor's practice focuses on the resolution of federal income tax controversies with the IRS. He advises clients throughout all administrative phases of a controversy, including audit, administrative appeals, and alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Mr. Taylor also litigates tax cases in courts throughout the country. His clients include multinational corporations within the computer software and hardware, aerospace, defense, financial services, pharmaceutical, insurance, and oil and gas industries.