Eric Reynolds has more than 15 years of experience in the tax field, including work on numerous controversy, planning, and compliance matters. He has worked with complex flow through entity structures as well as with consolidated corporate groups and has defended tax positions at the federal, state, and local levels. His areas of focus include income, sales, property, and real estate transfer taxes.
He has assisted clients in obtaining favorable outcomes at the judicial and administrative levels in tax disputes in multiple jurisdictions. His practice also includes regularly providing tax advice in connection with mergers and acquisitions.
Eric has been licensed as a certified public accountant since 2002, and prior to joining Jones Day in 2010 he worked at a large international accounting firm and in the tax department of a major U.S. telecom company.
Georgia Court Rules Incidental Use of Property From Occasional Rental Consistent With Nonprofit Purpose Does Not Invalidate Ad Valorem Tax Exemptions for Nonprofit Entities, Jones Day State Tax Return
Alabama and North Carolina Courts Rule for Taxpayers Challenging Nexus for Local Taxes and Automatic Penalties, Jones Day State Tax Return
Louisiana and Tennessee Courts Rule on State Law Apportionment of Gains from Business Dispositions and Reorganization, Jones Day State Tax Return
Georgia Court-Validated Bond Transactions Challenged in Tax Valuation Case Involving Sale-Leaseback Transactions, Journal of State Taxation
- March 29, 2012
Maximizing State Tax Credits, Jones Day State & Local Tax
- January 19, 2010
Sales and Use Tax in Georgia
- Vanderbilt University (J.D. 2010); Georgia State University (M.S. in Taxation 2001); Georgia Institute of Technology (B.S. in Business Management 2000)