Joe Myszka helps global companies solve tax problems, with a specific focus on resolving complex tax disputes and the US federal income tax implications of cross-border operations.

Joe advises clients at all stages of federal income tax disputes, including audit preparation and management, during administrative appeals, in alternative dispute resolution forums, and before the US Tax Court. He has extensive experience in resolving disputes involving transfer pricing, subpart F and foreign tax credit issues. He also has significant experience advising clients on high-technology tax issues, structuring international operations, cross-border transactions and developing global transfer pricing strategies. Joe assists clients in the high-technology, consumer products, medical device and financial service industries, among others.

Joe writes and speaks frequently on international tax topics.  He is a co-author of the "Foreign Corporations" chapter of Federal Income Taxation of Corporations & Shareholders, the leading treatise covering US federal income taxation of corporations and shareholders. Joe also has an active pro bono practice, assisting children with special needs, foster children, and low income taxpayers.