Glen Stankee litigates high-stakes federal income, estate, and gift tax cases in federal trial and appellate courts from Florida to California, including cases involving highly technical international tax issues. He also litigates state and local tax cases in both state and federal courts, including cases involving nexus and commerce clause issues. He has successfully enforced in federal district and appellate courts the constitutional limitations on states’ rights to tax transactions on Indian reservations.
Glen also devotes a substantial portion of his practice to domestic and international income (inbound and outbound), estate and gift tax planning for high-net worth individuals and their businesses. He provides pre-immigration tax planning for non-U.S. taxpayers and tax planning for foreign investments in U.S. real property and businesses. He has designed tax strategies, entity structures and cross-border transactions for taxpayers engaged in a variety of industries including manufacturing, banking, insurance, real estate development, technology and software development and licensing, gaming, shipping, vessel and aircraft chartering and brokerage, hospitality and entertainment. Glen also provides technical tax support in the defense of criminal tax prosecutions.
Glen is a Florida Bar Board Certified Tax Lawyer (1986 - present) and a Florida Certified Public Accountant (inactive) (1984 - present).