Antoinette Ellison, an accomplished lawyer with more than 15 years of experience, represents taxpayers in all aspects of tax controversies and litigation involving the IRS and state and local tax authorities. She regularly resolves tax examinations by the IRS and state and local jurisdictions as well as successfully represents taxpayers in administrative appeals, including before the IRS Office of Appeals. She handles civil tax litigation matters in trials in the U.S. Tax Court and U.S. District Court.
Antoinette represents a broad range of taxpayers, including multinational corporations, financial institutions, closely held businesses, and high net worth individuals. She has experience representing clients involved in the IRS Collection Process in negotiating offers in compromise and installment agreements and requesting collection due process hearings to appeal IRS lien and levy actions.
She is an active member of the State Bar of Georgia Tax Section and is the current chair. She is also a columnist for the Journal of Taxation, IRS Rulings column.
Antoinette strongly believes in civic engagement and is proud to serve on the Special Olympics Georgia board.
With the current filing of the first returns under the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA), taxpayers can expect increased IRS scrutiny in the future and the submission of more cases to the IRS Appeals Office. This presentation, by three tax litig...