Adam Halpern focuses his practice on the U.S. federal income taxation of international transactions. He has broad experience advising U.S.-and foreign-based clients on the taxation of cross-border operations, acquisitions, dispositions, and restructurings. He has successfully represented clients in federal tax controversies at all levels, including a number of cases before the United States Tax Court, and has substantial experience managing complex tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service.
Adam is a frequent chairman and speaker at conferences on U.S. corporate and international income taxation, having spoken before the Tax Executives Institute, the NYU Institute on Federal Taxation, and the Council for International Tax Education, among others. He is an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University's Masters in Taxation program, teaching classes in U.S. international income tax.
Adam has written on a wide range of U.S. international tax rules and developments. His recent articles include: