Wyrick Robbins is pleased to congratulate partner Thomas H. Cook Jr. on his election as a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel.
The American College of Tax Counsel is a professional association of tax attorneys recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments, professional achievements, and dedication to improving the practice of tax law. Membership is limited to a maximum of 700 attorneys across the United States. Fellows must be nominated by their peers and pass a rigorous screening process.
The purposes of the American College of Tax Counsel are:
- To foster excellence and to elevate professional standards in the practice of tax law;
- To stimulate skills development and knowledge through participation in continuing legal education programs and seminars;
- To provide for input by the tax bar into the development of tax laws; and
- To facilitate the scholarly discussion and examination of tax policy issues.
Tom’s practice focuses on income taxation (including corporate and LLC mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations, and low-income housing and historic rehabilitation tax credits), state and local taxation, and structuring and agreements for partnerships and limited liability companies. He has been actively involved with the N.C. Bar Association, including as Chair of the Tax Section, a principal drafter of revisions to North Carolina’s partnership and LLC acts, a member of the LLC Act Revision Task Force, and a drafter and reviser of LLC form documents for members of the Business Law Section.
For more information on the American College of Tax Counsel, visit https://www.actconline.org.