Pam has over 20 years of experience advising clients on international tax matters. Her clients include closely held businesses, middle-market companies and high-net-worth individuals.
She has expertise in a full range of domestic and international transactions, including: inbound and outbound international structuring and compliance; income and estate tax planning for inbound investments in U.S. real estate; U.S. withholding tax matters; cross-border structuring and U.S. tax compliance issues for film finance and production companies; planning and compliance for pre-immigration, expatriation and multi-jurisdictional families with U.S. connections, including foreign trusts with U.S. beneficiaries; and income tax treaty analysis.
Before joining Armanino, Pam clerked for a U.S. Tax Court judge and practiced at a law firm and national and local accounting and tax firms. She also served as an adjunct professor for Golden Gate University School of Taxation, teaching Principles of International Taxation.
LL.M., New York University School of Law
J.D., Arizona State University College of Law
B.S., Arizona State University
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Civil Tax Penalties (Portfolio 634)
The Portfolio, Civil Tax Penalties, No. 634, analyzes the many civil tax penalties that can be imposed for various tax offenses.