Taylor’s practice focuses on all tax-related aspects of business transactions. Representing both buyers and sellers, he regularly advises clients and transactional teams on tax consequences during the sale of a business enterprise, including taxable and tax-free transactions. Taylor has aided in the drafting of transaction documents for every stage of the business life cycle, including stock and asset purchase agreements, company agreements, company bylaws and employment agreements.
Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Taylor worked as a tax associate at a Plano, Texas-based law firm. He previously worked as an associate at a Big Four accounting firm, where he provided financial and legal analysis on the structure of domestic and international transactions. He served as a law clerk for the House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary, aiding in the research and drafting of new tax-related legislation, and the Community Tax Law Project, where he represented indigent clients in tax controversy cases against the IRS and Virginia Department of Taxation.