Marc Levey is a partner in the New York office of Baker & McKenzie. He has over 35 years of experience in international taxation and is nationally recognized in his field, particularly in structuring and defending transfer pricing strategies. He has frequently been acknowledged by Euromoney as one of the “World’s Leading Tax Advisors,” included in its “Best of the Best” global tax experts. Mr. Levey serves as the co-chair of the Firm’s Luxury & Fashion Industry Group and a member of the US Transfer Pricing Management Team. He was the past chair of the Firm’s Global Transfer Pricing Steering Committee.
Mr. Levey’s practice focuses on transfer pricing and cross-border transactions, tax controversies and litigation, general corporate, international and partnership taxation, and restructuring multinational company’s global operations. Mr. Levey represents a wide range of clients in proceedings before the IRS and federal courts and has substantial experience in handling tax controversies. He has worked in various industries such as pharmaceuticals and life sciences, financial institutions, energy, automotive, chemicals, electronics, consumer goods, gaming, fashion and luxury products.
Prior to joining Baker & McKenzie, Marc held several prominent government positions including Special Attorney to the Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice (1981-83); Senior Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice (1982); and Attorney, International Tax Ruling Group, Internal Revenue Service (1975-77).
J.D., University of Cincinnati College of Law (1972)
LL.M., University of Miami Law School (L.L.M. 1973)
B.S., Wilkes University (1969)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
This Portfolio uses a case study involving a fictional company to provide a practical background on how to prepare a transfer pricing study to meet the regulatory and administrative documentation requirements in the United States and under the OECD Guidelines.