Juan Vasquez is a Shareholder in the Tax Controversy Section of Chamberlain Hrdlicka. In addition to his tax controversy practice, Juan also advises clients in the areas of general tax and business planning and serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Houston Law Center, where he teaches Tax Controversy & Litigation and Taxation of Sales & Exchanges.
Mr. Vasquez is named as a leading individual in the Tax Litigation Nationwide category in the Chambers USA's “America's Leading Lawyers for Business” Client Guide, is named in The Best Lawyers in America in the specialty of Tax Law, and is named a “Texas Rising Star” by Texas Monthly. Juan is a recipient of the American Bar Association Tax Section's Pro Bono Award and Nolan Fellowship.
Juan serves as Past Chair of the Houston Bar Association Section of Taxation, Chair of the Diversity Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Taxation, Chair of the Privilege and Evidence Subcommittee of the Committee on Court Procedure & Practice of the American Bar Association Section of Taxation, Past President of the Mexican American Bar Association of Houston, Vice President of the Hispanic Bar Association of Houston, Past Chair of the IRS Tax Practitioner Study Group of Houston, Director on the Board of Directors and member of the Executive Committee for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Houston, Chairman of the Audit Committee for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Houston, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Houston Business and Tax Law Journal.
Mr. Vasquez has delivered presentations before the American Bar Association Section of Taxation, IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, Tax Executives Institute, Inc., Houston Bar Association Tax Section, and the Houston Bar Association. He is also a frequent lecturer and author on topics relating to tax procedure, partnerships, corporate tax, and related controversies. Juan has published articles appearing in the Houston Business and Tax Law Journal, Journal of Taxation, Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure, The Tax Lawyer, Tax Analysts Tax Notes, State Tax Notes, The Texas Tax Lawyer, Texas Bar Journal and The Monthly Digest of Tax Articles.
LL.M. Taxation, New York University
J.D., University of Houston Law Center
B.B.A., University of Texas
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Responsible Person and Lender Liability for Trust Fund Taxes — Sections 6672 and 3505 (Portfolio 639)
This Portfolio discusses the liability of responsible persons under §6672 and of lenders and others who provide funds under §3505.