Jeffrey L. Vinnik
Attorney, Office of Chief Counsel (International), Internal Revenue Service, Adjunct Professor of Law
Jeffrey Vinnik is an attorney with the IRS' Office of Chief Counsel (International) in Washington, DC, where, over time, the focus of his work has...Continue Reading
Jeffrey Vinnik is an attorney with the IRS' Office of Chief Counsel (International) in Washington, DC, where, over time, the focus of his work has included inbound financing (earnings stripping); thin capitalization issues; controlled foreign corporation (CFC) and passive foreign investment company (PFIC) issues; and tax treaty issues. He has also served at the Treasury's Office of International Tax Counsel (ITC); in the IRS' former Office of Senior Counsel, where his work focused on the identification of, and development of challenges to, certain abusive "listed" transactions; and with the Joint International Tax Shelter Information Centre (JITSIC), where he helped identify and develop challenges to a variety of cross-border abusive tax structures, including foreign tax credit generators. Prior to joining the IRS, he was associated with law firms in Boston, Miami, and New York.