509581 - Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP
Amish Shah currently serves on the firm’s Executive Committee and provides sophisticated and practical tax planning and tax controversy advice and representation to clients in a variety of industries including energy, financial services, manufacturing, technology and ecommerce.
Amish has been recognized by The Legal 500, BTI Consulting Group and Client Choice for his tax proficiency and superior client service.
Amish regularly represents clients in transactional matters including acquisitions, dispositions, mergers and other restructuring transactions. In addition, Amish’s practice includes advising clients on financial products tax, tax accounting and tax reporting matters; cross-border financing debt-equity issues; section 529 qualified tuition plans; bankruptcy tax matters; and numerous other business and individual tax issues.
In the tax controversy area, Amish represents clients under IRS examination in all phases of the controversy process including examination, IRS Appeals, post-Appeals mediation and trial-level and appellate litigation. He is admitted to practice in the U.S. Tax Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and Fifth Circuit.
In the energy sector, Amish represents clients in the development of, and investment in, renewable, alternative and traditional energy projects, including tax equity investments. He also advises clients in developing and understanding risks associated with beginning of construction strategies and in maximizing the benefit of investment tax credits (ITCs), production tax credits (PTCs) and fuels and other energy tax credits. Amish also counsels
clients on the credits for carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) under IRC 45Q. He regularly represents clients in energy tax related controversy matters, in obtaining IRS energy tax rulings and a variety of other energy tax issues.
Amish started his career as a CPA/tax accountant at a Big 6 accounting firm. He utilizes his comprehensive experience, encompassing both tax planning and controversy, and his CPA experience to provide clients with knowledgeable and practical advice and representation.