Head of White & Case's Global Tax Practice, Kim Marie Boylan is a highly respected tax attorney. She has a long track record of creating innovative, practical approaches for the successful resolution of tax disputes. A renowned tax litigator, she also effectively utilizes the IRS's administrative appeals procedures, fast track, mediation and other alternative dispute resolution processes.
Kim represents a broad spectrum of companies in connection with sophisticated domestic and international tax issues. Her practice focuses mainly on civil tax matters, but throughout her career she has also successfully represented clients on criminal tax matters.
As a recognized authority on privilege, Kim often advises companies in connection with the complicated issues that arise in this area, and numerous clients seek her knowledge and insight in judicial proceedings in the United States Tax Court, United States Court of Federal Claims, and in various district and appellate courts.
Her practice encompasses transfer pricing, as well as the Advance Pricing Agreement process, an area of practice that is greatly enhanced by her credentials as a Certified Public Accountant. Kim has also testified on clients' behalf before the United States Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service and the Financial Accounting Standards Board.
Kim is a frequent speaker on tax controversy, transfer pricing and accounting policy issues, and writes extensively on these issues. She is a member of the J. Edgar Murdock Inn of Court at the United States Tax Court, the American Bar Association and the District of Columbia Bar Association.