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Jeffrey M. Glassman

Mr. Glassman practices in the areas of Income Tax Litigation, Estate and Gift Tax Litigation, and White Collar and Government Regulatory Litigation. He represents individuals and businesses in all stages of tax disputes, including examinations with the Internal Revenue Service, administrative appeals, voluntary disclosures, and litigation.  Mr. Glassman has significant experience advising clients on strategic and procedural considerations in United States Tax Court and other federal courts.  He also concentrates on resolving white collar and governmental investigations. 

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Glassman was an associate with an international law firm.  He has also worked as a senior consultant at an international accounting firm.

Mr. Glassman was a Law Clerk for The Honorable Maurice B. Foley of the United States Tax Court in Washington, DC.

Mr. Glassman was admitted to practice in Texas in 2014, the District of Columbia in 2008, and Maryland in 2007.

  • Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M. in Taxation, 2011
  • The George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2007
    • Associate Member, The George Washington International Law Review
  • University of Florida, Warrington College of Business, B.S., in Finance, 2003
    • Teaching Assistant, Business Law
  • American Bar Association
    • Section of Taxation
  • State Bar of Texas
    • Tax Section
    • Graduate Member, State Bar of Texas Tax Section Leadership Academy, 2016-2017
  • Federal Bar Association
    • Section of Taxation, Dallas Chapter - Co-Chair, Past Chair, and Founder
  • Dallas Bar Association
    • Tax Section
  • District of Columbia Bar
  • Maryland Bar
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
  • United States Tax Court
  • United States Court of Federal Claims
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
November 5, 2019

21st Annual Meadows Collier Tax Conference... [ read ]

October 4, 2019

American Bar Association 2019 Fall Tax Meeting... [ read ]

May 10, 2019 - May 11, 2019

Section of Taxation 2019 May Tax Meeting of the American Bar Association... [ read ]

January 18, 2019

2019 Midyear Meeting American Bar Association Section of Taxation... [ read ]

October 6, 2018

2018 Fall Tax Meeting: ABA Section of Taxation and Real Property & Estate Law, Trust and Estate Division... [ read ]

October 5, 2018

2018 Fall Tax Meeting: ABA Section of Taxation and Real Property & Estate Law, Trust and Estate Division... [ read ]

August 27, 2019

Is the IRS Going to Contact Your Neighbor or Others? New IRS Notices Say They Intend to Do Just That... [ read ]

Many taxpayers have begun to receive a letter from the IRS stating that the IRS intends to contact other persons—including potentially the taxpayer's neighbors, banks, employers, and employees—about the taxpayer's tax liability.

December 6, 2018

New Rules in the United States Tax Court... [ read ]

The Tax Court has recently adopted amendments to its Rules of Practice and Procedure. These amendments come more than two years after the Tax Court proposed amendments to its rules to accommodate electronic filing of petitions and other documents. Pursuant to the new amendments to its rules, the Tax Court will soon allow electronic filing of Tax Court petitions and other documents. (The Tax Court will provide detailed information regarding the implementation of electronic filing on its website once the Tax Court is ready for electronic filing.) Under the new rules, if a Tax Court petition is filed electronically, an original signature is no longer required from the taxpayer or the taxpayer's representative.

August 29, 2018

The Time is Now: Only One Month Left for Streamlined Installment Agreements (Limited Financial Information Required to Qualify!)... [ read ]

Taxpayers should be aware that the IRS's test program for streamlined installment agreements is set to expire at the end of September 2018—just one month away.

March 8, 2018

Time for a Withholding Tax Checkup: Treasury Releases New Withholding Calculator... [ read ]

In December 2017, Congress enacted sweeping changes to the federal tax laws. There has been a great deal of discussion as to whether American workers would see significantly greater take-home pay as a result of the new tax laws. In January, the IRS released new withholding tables to help employers determine how much to withhold from their workers' paychecks. Employers were supposed to implement the new withholding changes by February 15th. Now the Treasury Department has released a withholding calculator for American workers to determine if employers are withholding the correct amount.

February 27, 2018

Judge Maurice B. Foley Announced as Next Chief Judge of US Tax Court... [ read ]

On February 26, 2018, the United States Tax Court announced that Judge Maurice B. Foley was elected Chief Judge to serve a two-year term beginning June 1, 2018.

January 24, 2018

Taxpayer Wins Offshore Tax Case Completely; Tax Court Rejects IRS Proposed Assessment and Throws Out IRS Interpretation of the Statute of Limitations... [ read ]

When trying to resolve a tax issue, there are often highly-technical issues steeped in substantive tax principles that may steer the outcome. But sometimes there are other ways to resolve tax issues.