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IRS transfer pricing official rejoins Mayer Brown

A senior technical reviewer in the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) transfer pricing branch has joined Mayer Brown’s tax controversy practice in Washington, DC.

Jason Osborn will represent taxpayers in transfer pricing controversies and advise on transfer pricing planning and the negotiation of advance pricing agreements (APA) with the IRS and foreign tax authorities.

While at the IRS, Osborn also served as Associate Chief Counsel and as a team leader in the APA programme.

Before joining the IRS in 2008, Osborn was an associate at Mayer Brown for five years.

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