Jim O'Hara practices in corporate tax law and has had extensive experience in acquisitions, dispositions, restructurings, joint ventures, and general transactional planning. These activities often are subject to IRS tax rulings and occasionally involve tax legislation.
His professional memberships include: the American Bar Association (Taxation Section), The American College of Tax Counsel, and the Fellows of the American Bar Association. He has been an adjunct professor in the graduate tax program at Georgetown University Law Center since 1976. He has written a number of tax-related articles and coauthored a two-volume treatise on corporate taxation published by Shepard's/McGraw Hill and is a member of the advisory board of Corporate Tax and Business Planning Review. Jim is a frequent speaker at tax forums and is listed in the tax law section of The Best Lawyers in America.
- Georgetown University (LL.M. in Taxation 1966); The Catholic University of America (LL.B. 1962); King's College (B.S. 1958)
- District of Columbia