David P. Leeper is a board certified federal tax attorney and has more than 40 years of experience in dealing with the IRS administratively and in litigation.

David’s cases have been reported on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, in Newsweek, Readers Digest, numerous federal tax publications, and in the Associated Press. He was the lead witness testifying before the Senate Finance Committee hearings on the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

Most tax attorneys are familiar with David Leeper’s cases.

Master of Laws (in taxation), New York University Law School
Juris Doctor, Texas Tech University Law School
Bachelor of Arts (emphasis in economics, psychology, accounting), Loyola University of Los Angeles

US Supreme Court
US Court of Appeals (3rd, 5th, 10th)
US Tax Court
US Court of Federal Claims
US District Court – Western District of Texas
– Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Board Certified (Tax Law), Texas Board of Legal Specialization (30+ years)

John Leeper has been a tax lawyer for over 23 years. John is admitted to the 5th, 7th, and 10th Circuits.

John has been successful in representing hundreds of people and businesses before the IRS. He has numerous reported cases in the United States Tax Court and in particular emphasizes criminal tax work.

Master of Laws (in taxation), Boston University Law School
Juris Doctor, Texas Tech University Law School
Bachelor of Sciences (emphasis in economics), University of Santa Clara

US Court of Appeals (5th)
US Tax Court
US Court of Federal Claims
US District Court – Western District of Texas

Armin Jezari has been a tax lawyer since 2013. Armin has been successful in representing hundreds of people and businesses before the IRS.

Master of Laws
University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX
Int’l Tax • Tax Litigation • Tax Fraud • Taxation of Estates & Trusts • Tax Accounting • State and Local Tax • Corporate Tax • Tax Research & Ethics • Bankruptcy Tax

Juris Doctorate (Summa Cum Laude)
Texas Southern University, Houston, TX
Dean’s List • Top 1% • Law Review • Faculty Assistant • AMJUR Awards • Buck Wynne Scholarship

Master of Public Administration (Summa Cum Laude)
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX ·
Qualitative Analysis • Ethical Leadership • Public Policy • Information Systems

Bachelor in Business Administration and Social Science
University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX
Management • Desktop Computing • Law and Society • Digital Economy

Associate of Arts and Sciences
1997 Richland College, Dallas, TX
Biology • Chemistry • Physics • Calculus • Government • History • Literature

US Supreme Court
US Court of Appeals (3rd, 5th, 10th)
US Tax Court
US Court of Federal Claims
US District Court – Western District of Texas
– Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Board Certified (Tax Law), Texas Board of Legal Specialization (30+ years)

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