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Marcus is a principal with over 15 years of providing tax and business advisory services. As one of the leaders of Withum’s Tax Controversy practice, he has extensive experience in resolving federal, state and local tax controversies including, but not limited to, matters involving Tax Examinations, Appeals, Collections, Innocent Spouse, Responsible Party, and Offer-in-Compromise.

In addition, he has experience in the field of law representing clients in commercial and tax disputes before state courts, Federal District Court and the United States Tax Court. Marcus also has extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution, which he frequently used to resolve disputes by means other than litigation.

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As for business transactions, he has experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating the language of a wide array of transactions documents including, but not limited to, buy/sell agreements, portfolio management agreements, swap agreements, limited liability company agreements and indentures.

He is admitted to practice law in Federal District Court as well as United States Tax Court.

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