Biography

Jeff has over 20 years of tax, treasury, accounting, and legal experience serving clients in various segments of the energy sector. His experience includes partnership and corporate tax law, tax accounting, and tax compliance.

Prior to Moss Adams, Jeff worked for a Big Four firm, where he led the alternative investments practice serving private equity firms and portfolio companies in all facets of taxation. In this role, he also signed off on large public company tax provisions. Earlier in his career, he served as vice president of tax and assistant treasurer at a Houston-based engineering and contractor company. During his career there, he redomiciled and restructured the company, reducing its overall effective tax rate; promoted tax compliance across all business units in multiple US and international tax jurisdictions; settled US and international tax disputes; participated in buy-side due diligence; and managed cash and covenants.

Selected Publications

  • "Proposed Bonus Depreciation Regulations Favorable for Certain Energy Partnership Transactions" (JD Supra, September 2018)
  • "Tax Considerations for Energy Companies When Implementing New Lease Standards under ASC 842" (JD Supra, July 2018)
  • "IRS Issues Taxpayer Favorable Change of Accounting Method Procedures to Align with New Revenue Recognition Standards" (JD Supra, June 2018)

Selected Speaking Engagements

  • Impact of Tax Reform on Energy Industry
    (Women’s Energy Network, December 2018)

Education

  • BS, accounting, DePaul University
  • JD, John Marshall Law School