Mr. Murphy's substantive experience includes a wide range of complex tax issues, including economic substance and business purpose, foreign tax credits, debt/equity, transfer pricing and a variety of partnership issues.
Mr. Murphy also has represented various pro bono clients in tax and non-tax matters, including securing disability benefits for a pro bono client in a Social Security appeal.
J.D., American University Washington College of Law (2006)
M.A., American University (2009)
B.A., Boston College (2001)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Obtaining Information from the Government in Discovery and Disclosure-Related Damages Actions Against the Government (Portfolio 626)
This Portfolio discusses the scope of discovery and the discovery tools available to a taxpayer in the context of civil tax litigation in the federal district courts, the U.S. Tax Court, and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.