Matthew S. Mock advises clients on state and local tax litigation and planning, regularly representing them in all stages of state and local tax controversies, including sales tax, income tax, and unclaimed property disputes. Matt is often called on to counsel on audits, protests before state administrative agencies, and appeals to state courts. He also advises multinational companies on the state and local tax aspects of corporate restructurings and transactions.
Matt provides guidance on the application of numerous state and local transfer taxes, in addition to issues created by the significant differences between state taxes and jurisdictional standards, as well as those presented by the United States and international tax regimes.
Outside of his practice, Matt regularly lectures on tax issues for various organizations, including the Tax Executives Institute and The Council on State Taxation.
University of Michigan Law School, 2003, J.D.
University of Oklahoma, 1999, B.A.
Awards and Affiliations
Recommended, Tax: US taxes: contentious, The Legal 500 US (2019)
Recommended, Tax: US taxes: non-contentious, The Legal 500 US (2019)