Robert Jackson

Robert Jackson's practice focuses on all areas of federal tax controversy in both the civil and criminal divisions of the Internal Revenue Service.

He represents taxpayers in the examination, appeals, and collections divisions of the IRS, as well as litigating cases against the IRS in Federal District Court, United States Tax Court, and Bankruptcy Court. Robert’s practice also concentrates on resolving white collar criminal investigations and prosecutions.

In addition to tax controversy, Robert's practice includes asset protection, entity formation and the drafting of wills and trusts.

Robert is a frequent speaker on tax controversy, IRS procedure, and litigation matters. He serves on the North Texas Representation Counsel and the Tax Controversy section of the State Bar of Texas.

Education

  • Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas, Texas
    • LL.M. - 2010
    • Major: Taxation
  • Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas, Texas
    • J.D. - 2006
  • University of the South ("Sewanee")
    • B.A. - 2003
    • Major: Political Science
  • St. Marks School of Texas - 1999

Published Works

  • Co-author, “How to effectively Represent your Clients in an Audit”, Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure, CCH, October, 2012

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association, Tax Section
  • State Bar of Texas, Tax Section
  • North Texas Representation Counsel, Texas State Bar Representative

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • United States Tax Court
  • United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern Districts of Texas.

Texas Rising Star for 2017-2019.