Miller, Miller & Canby Welcomes Attorney Christopher Young to Business & Tax Practice


Christopher Young has joined Miller, Miller & Canby as an Associate in the Business & Tax Practice Group, where he will focus his practice in tax law and business law.  Mr. Young works with business clients and individuals to resolve tax disputes with the Internal Revenue Service and state agencies. He works with corporate clients on issues related to corporate disputes, governance, formations and restructurings, as well as drafting and reviewing corporate documents such as contracts and purchase agreements, operating agreements and partnership agreements. He also advises clients on matters related to foreign financial account reporting and compliance.

Prior to joining Miller, Miller & Canby, Mr. Young worked for four years as an associate attorney at JDKatz, P.C., where he focused his practice in tax controversies and issues related to corporate disputes. He represented clients on business and tax law matters, and provided general corporate and tax counsel.

Mr. Young began his career as a State Tax Law Editor at Bloomberg BNA. While in law school, he worked as a law clerk with the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division, in the Financial Litigation Unit. There, he drafted legal documents and investigated and uncovered taxpayer assets to facilitate collection efforts. For his achievements, he was honored with a special commendation for his work on Fidelity International v. United States and Fidelity High Tech v. United States.

Mr. Young is admitted to practice law in Maryland and Virginia. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Virginia Tech, and earned his Juris Doctorate from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.

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