Chris Hanfling practices primarily in the areas of U.S. federal and international taxation. He assists in advising clients on the tax aspects of complex transactions, including international and domestic mergers, acquisitions, and spin-offs, with a particular emphasis on tax planning, compliance, post-acquisition restructuring, and tax-efficient structures for cross-border transactions and arrangements.
Chris has drafted opinion letters, intercompany agreements, and cost sharing agreements and has helped clients navigate a variety of complex tax issues, both internally and before the Internal Revenue Service, including transfer pricing, tax compliance, and tax treaty matters.
In addition, Chris helps pro bono clients secure and maintain tax-exempt status for their nonprofit organizations and advises on the federal tax implications for their organizations.
Chris is coauthor of the Practical Guide to U.S. Transfer Pricing and is a member of the D.C. Bar Association (Tax Section).
Warning: U.S. Tax Regulations Impact Completed Foreign Sales Retroactively and Domestic Partnerships
Back to the Dry-Erase Board: Redrawing Cross-Border M&A Structures Post-Tax Reform, Bloomberg Daily Tax Report
- New York University (LL.M. 2013; Editor, Tax Law Review; B.A. magna cum laude 2008); University of California, Los Angeles (J.D. 2012; Order of the Coif; Bruce I. Hochman Award for Excellence in the Study of Tax Law)
- District of Columbia and New York