The tax implications of business transactions can be involved and complex. At Hutchinson Black and Cook, we approach tax problems as an opportunity for creative problem solving and planning. We represent a variety of tax clients, both big and small, assisting them to minimize their exposure and in confronting Federal, state and local tax audits. Whether income, sales and use, or property tax, Hutchinson Black and Cook has helped with both transactional planning and controversies, representing clients in forums that include local tax hearing officers and the Colorado Supreme Court. From taxes on complementary coffee and admissions charges to multi-state voluntary disclosure agreements for multi-national companies, our tax practice is wide-ranging.
HBC lawyer, Adam Chase, is a well-known authority in the area of tax law, with a focus in state and local sales and use tax for Colorado and Louisiana. He authored Colorado Sales and Use Taxation: The Complete State and Local Reference and is a frequent lecturer and author in tax law.