Matthew S. Parkin, LL.M.

Special Counsel

1000 SW Broadway, Suite 1400
Portland, Oregon 97205

503.227.1111 Main
503.243.1685 Direct

Assistant: Elena M. Cordts: 503.243.1661 x 244

Practice Areas
Overview
Matt Parkin has a broad-based federal income tax practice focused primarily on business transactions involving taxable entities and individuals, tax litigation and controversy, as well as on the taxation of non-profit/exempt organizations. His practice relating to business transactions includes advising clients in the formation of business ventures; mergers and acquisitions; capital restructurings; and asset and stock dispositions.  Matt represents individuals, closely held businesses and large corporate clients in audits, administrative appeals and collection matters, as well as in litigation in U.S. Tax Court, Federal District Court, and Federal Courts of Appeal when the matter is not resolved at the administrative level.

Matt often advises debtors and lenders regarding the tax aspects of bankruptcy reorganizations and debt restructurings outside of bankruptcy. His exempt organization practice concentrates on non-profit hospitals and other healthcare organizations and involves both tax planning, financing, bonding, and compliance. He has experience obtaining private rulings from the Internal Revenue Service, and in his tax-exempt financing practice, has assisted healthcare organizations, non-profit hospitals and universities with restructuring, tax-exempt financing and related compliance matters.
Education
New York University School of Law, LL.M.
University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D.
University of New Mexico, M.B.A.
New Mexico State University, B.B.A.
Admitted to Practice
Oregon State Bar
State Bar of Texas
United States Tax Court
United States District Court Southern District of Texas
United States District Court Western District of Texas
United States Court of Federal Claims
United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit
United States Court of Appeals Federal Circuit
Honors
Selected for inclusion as a "Texas Rising Star," Law and Politics Magazine, 2006-2007
Scene in SA, "San Antonio's Best Lawyers," 2005-2008

Professional Organizations
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Bar Association
Oregon State Bar
San Antonio Bar Association
State Bar of Texas
News
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Practice Areas
Education
New York University School of Law, LL.M.
University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D.
University of New Mexico, M.B.A.
New Mexico State University, B.B.A.
Admitted to Practice
Oregon State Bar
State Bar of Texas
United States Tax Court
United States District Court Southern District of Texas
United States District Court Western District of Texas
United States Court of Federal Claims
United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit
United States Court of Appeals Federal Circuit
Honors
Selected for inclusion as a "Texas Rising Star," Law and Politics Magazine, 2006-2007
Scene in SA, "San Antonio's Best Lawyers," 2005-2008

Matthew S. Parkin, LL.M.

Special Counsel


1000 SW Broadway, Suite 1400
Portland, Oregon 97205

503.227.1111 Main
503.243.1685 Direct

Assistant: Elena M. Cordts: 503.243.1661 x 244
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Matt Parkin has a broad-based federal income tax practice focused primarily on business transactions involving taxable entities and individuals, tax litigation and controversy, as well as on the taxation of non-profit/exempt organizations. His practice relating to business transactions includes advising clients in the formation of business ventures; mergers and acquisitions; capital restructurings; and asset and stock dispositions.  Matt represents individuals, closely held businesses and large corporate clients in audits, administrative appeals and collection matters, as well as in litigation in U.S. Tax Court, Federal District Court, and Federal Courts of Appeal when the matter is not resolved at the administrative level.

Matt often advises debtors and lenders regarding the tax aspects of bankruptcy reorganizations and debt restructurings outside of bankruptcy. His exempt organization practice concentrates on non-profit hospitals and other healthcare organizations and involves both tax planning, financing, bonding, and compliance. He has experience obtaining private rulings from the Internal Revenue Service, and in his tax-exempt financing practice, has assisted healthcare organizations, non-profit hospitals and universities with restructuring, tax-exempt financing and related compliance matters.
Professional Organizations
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Bar Association
Oregon State Bar
San Antonio Bar Association
State Bar of Texas