Antoinette Ellison, counsel in Jones Day’s Tax Practice, was elected Chair-Elect of the Georgia Bar Association’s Taxation Law Section in June.
The Taxation Law Section actively pursues the continuing education of members of the State Bar in the field of federal and state taxation; maintains liaison with the Internal Revenue Service, the State Department of Revenue, and the Georgia State University Tax Clinic; monitors state legislation affecting taxation; and makes recommendations concerning legislative and administrative rules.
Ms. Ellison focuses her practice on the resolution of federal and state tax controversy matters before the IRS and state taxing authorities. She has extensive experience handling every stage of a tax controversy, including all administrative and judicial levels from examination through litigation. Her experience includes trials in proceedings before the United States Tax Court and U.S. district courts. She also has resolved numerous administrative appeals. Ms. Ellison represents a broad range of clients, including publicly traded companies, individuals, and privately held businesses, in all tax areas.
Ms. Ellison serves on the Special Olympics Georgia board of directors. She is also an editor for the Journal of Taxation's IRS Rulings column.
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