Dallas, Texas 75201
Jacob Bitter's practice focuses on state and local tax and unclaimed property matters. He assists clients on issues involving virtually all types of taxes imposed by state and local jurisdictions, including but not limited to sales and use tax, property tax, franchise tax, and corporate income tax. He also has advised on renewable energy projects regarding state and local incentives.
Jacob recently has assisted major international corporations on unclaimed property and nexus issues relating to audits, voluntary disclosure agreements, planning and structuring, and general compliance policies and procedures.
Prior to joining Jones Day he assisted in the representation of major oil and gas compressor suppliers in property tax appraisal litigation, filing and tracking more than 200 lawsuits in counties throughout Texas. In addition, he advised and assisted clients in procuring funds under multiple Texas incentive programs, including Chapter 312, 313, 380, and 381 economic development agreements and Qualified Hotel Project incentive agreements.
|Areas of Practice||1) Tax|
|Law School||Columbia Law School|
|Education||Brigham Young University (B.S. 2004)|
|Bar Member / Association||Texas|
|Most recent firm||Jones Day|
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