9:00AM - 12:30PM EDT
PLI New York
1177 Avenue of the Americas (Entrance on 45th Street) New York, NY 10036
From planning through appellate litigation, Evan Hamme advises clients on all areas of state and local taxation, including income, franchise, excise, sales and use tax.
Evan has significant experience representing taxpayers in audits, administrative proceedings, court litigation, and subsequent appeals. Evan has litigated tax matters in administrative and court proceedings throughout the country. Evan has represented clients in tax administrative forums and court proceedings in New York State, New York City, and Pennsylvania. Further, Evan has guided clients through administrative protests in many jurisdictions, including in Illinois, New Mexico, and Oregon.
Evan has extensive experience helping clients understand and navigate through the state and local tax consequences of corporate structures and transactions. Evan advises on state and local conformity to federal income tax calculation rules, as well as the tax impact of corporate income tax formulary apportionment rules. Evan has advised clients in planning matters and successfully defended such advice through subsequent audit and litigation. Evan’s broad experience provides him with the perspective needed to aid clients with tax issues at any stage and in any forum. Prior to joining Pillsbury, Evan practiced state and local tax as an associate at a major law firm in New York City.
LL.M., Taxation, New York University School of Law, 2014
J.D., The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 2012
magna cum laude
B.A., Philosophy, Franklin and Marshall College, 2008
Law Clerk to the Honorable Craig Johnston, Circuit Court of Virginia, Thirty-First Judicial Circuit (2012-2013)