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Andrew M. Eisenberg

Andrew Eisenberg is a tax partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Jones Day. Mr. Eisenberg's practice includes consulting with the firm's multinational corporate clients on issues of corporate taxation. He advises clients on a wide range of federal income tax issues related to corporate mergers and acquisitions. His practice includes taxable and tax-free stock and asset acquisitions and dispositions, post-acquisition restructurings, incorporation transactions, liquidating and non-liquidating distributions, application of the consolidated return regulations, and general tax consequences of transactions between shareholders and corporations. He has extensive experience practicing before the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service, including representing clients in the private letter ruling process.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Mr. Eisenberg was an attorney with the Office of the Associate Chief Counsel (Corporate) prior to joining KPMG's National Tax Office, where he practiced in the firm-wide Corporate Tax Group. Mr. Eisenberg is a former chair of the Corporate Tax Committee of the Tax Section of the District of Columbia Bar Association and served on the Steering Committee of the Tax Section.

Mr. Eisenberg is an adjunct professor of taxation at Georgetown University Law Center and teaches advanced corporate reorganizations. He is a frequent speaker and author of tax topics, including presentations on consolidated return issues for the ABA, hot topics in corporate income tax for the FBA, and various corporate tax topics for the Corporate Tax Committee of the DC Bar Association's Tax Section and TEI. Mr. Eisenberg's publications include articles in The Journal of Corporate Taxation and Tax Analyst, among others.

Mr. Eisenberg received his B.A. from Mercer University, his Masters in Taxation from American University, Kogod School of Business Administration, his JD from California Western School of Law, and his LL.M. in Taxation from the Georgetown Law Center.