Jason Grover is an associate in Latham & Watkins' Tax Controversy Practice and a Washington, D.C. office member. Mr. Grover represents taxpayers in all stages of federal tax controversies, including exam, appeals, and litigation in the US Tax Court, the US Court of Federal Claims, and the US district courts. Mr. Grover has led audits resulting in no change letters, made appeals arguments resulting in complete government concessions, and third-chaired litigation resulting in no-adjustment decisions. Mr. Grover has particular knowledge of partnership audits’ procedural and substantive aspects—both under the legacy TEFRA regime and under the new and evolving BBA rules—and has spoken and published on the subject. Mr. Grover's experience in this area allows him to help clients navigate this complex and changing landscape and avoid expensive disputes with the IRS and among partnership members.
Mr. Grover has experience across various industries and has represented clients in medical devices, software, oil and gas, financial institution, natural resources, and non-profit spaces. Mr. Grover's litigation experience encompasses complex corporate and individual tax matters involving economic substance, debt-equity, passive activity, partnership allocation, employment tax, and penalty issues. Mr. Grover also has substantial experience in the development and litigation of transfer pricing cases.
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