We have experience in virtually all aspects of unclaimed property and understand the nuances of the law. As U.S. News – Best Law Firm 2020 “Law Firm of the Year” in Tax Law, our practice is at the forefront of developments in the law, including presenting at national conferences and chairing major positions in advocacy groups, including the Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization and the American Bar Association. Our practice has authored the highly respected Bloomberg/BNA Unclaimed Property Portfolio on multistate tax management.
Our services range from compliance and planning to representation during voluntary disclosures, audits, and litigation of complex unclaimed property and consumer protection issues.
Your team needs a nuanced and thoughtful strategy when dealing with issues involving state unclaimed property/escheat laws. We listen to the unique challenges you face and can offer help finding practical solutions to challenging issues. We take a hands-on approach to guide you through multistate/multi-entity internal compliance reviews and defending single-state and multistate audits. We analyze complex legal issues and help you anticipate risks. When necessary, we have the experience to litigate unclaimed property issues and influence unclaimed property policy and administration. We have designed internal procedure and compliance policies for a number of Fortune 100 companies.
You deserve the largest and most experienced national law firm practice dedicated to unclaimed property. Our team is composed of recognized leaders in the field, as demonstrated by their extensive authorship and keynote presentations on the subject at every major state tax and unclaimed property conference and symposium in the country.
Unclaimed property laws can have significant financial implications on all types of companies. We have a thorough understanding of the matters you face and the impact these matters can have on your bottom line. We are thought leaders across the industry and bring decades of cutting-edge experience to bear when counseling our clients on unclaimed property and escheat matters.