Our business law attorneys serve as tax advocates to clients in a variety of industries, including: high-tech software development and telecommunications, bio-tech, computer education, professional services, direct-mail marketing, debt counseling, construction, real estate development, recruiting, marketing, food and confections, continuing care retirement communities, private schools, and wholesale and retail product sales. In addition to corporate structuring, reorganization, business succession and tax planning, our attorneys represent clients in tax audits, administrative appeals, Tax Court litigation, and criminal tax fraud matters.
Consider MM&C to help you in these Tax Advocacy matters:
- Tax Planning
- Dissolution of Taxable and Tax-Exempt Entities
- Tax Audits
- Tax Administrative Appeals
- Tax Fraud
- Estate & Trust Taxation
- IRS Litigation
- United States Tax Court Litigation
- Maryland Tax Court Trials
- Real Property Tax Appeals
Since 2005, I have received valuable, professional and timely advice from Glenn Anderson on a broad spectrum of issues from personal and business finances and tax returns to corporate acquisitions and personal legal protection. Every single time I have needed legal help, Glenn has provided such with remarkable professionalism and in-depth knowledge.
Roman A. Hitchev,
M.D., C.P.T.C. President, Osteocentre BG Tissue Preservation Labs President-elect, European Association of Tissue Banks
I have been doing business with Lew Schumann at Miller, Miller & Canby for over twenty years. He has represented me in family, business and investment matters. Time and time again, I have counted on him and he has provided invaluable counsel -- always responsive, skilled and resolute in his dedication to my interests.
Solomon Graham, President Quality Biological, Inc.
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