Currently with Miller & Chevalier in Washington, D.C., Kevin Kenworthy practices in the area of federal income taxation, with an emphasis on tax litigation and other tax controversy matters. Over his 25 plus years in practice, Mr. Kenworthy has represented large multinational clients in a variety of disputes involving billions of dollars before the courts and the Internal Revenue Service. He has led or has been a member of the successful litigating teams for some of the firm's most significant tax cases during this time. Mr. Kenworthy regularly produces extraordinary resolutions for his multinational clients in disputes with the IRS.
Mr. Kenworthy has represented clients in significant disputes ranging from transfer pricing to foreign tax credits, R&E credits, natural resource issues, interest disputes, and methods of accounting. In addition to his advocacy on a broad range of domestic and international tax issues, Mr. Kenworthy has deep subject matter experience in court practice and IRS administrative procedure.
Mr. Kenworthy is a frequent speaker on a variety of tax topics before Tax Executives Institute chapters and other groups across the country. In addition, he is a contributing author to The Transfer Pricing Answer Book 2012 and a co-author of the Tax Management Portfolio No. 891-2nd, Transfer Pricing: Audits, Appeals, and Penalties. Before joining Miller & Chevalier, he served as a clerk to Judge William A. Goffe of the U.S. Tax Court.
J.D., Southern Methodist University School of Law (1985)
B.A., University of Oklahoma (1982) with distinction
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