As a founding partner of Crepeau Mourges, Brian’s mission is to provide thoughtful, clear, and cost-effective representation to his clients. This personal approach enables the client’s understanding of the challenges ahead and the potential strategies to resolve them.
As a seasoned tax attorney, Certified Public Accountant, and Certified Fraud Examiner, Brian has a unique and well-rounded understanding of the intricacies between law, accounting and business matters. This allows Brian to provide an informed course of action on matters that normally require multiple professionals to handle.
Brian concentrates primarily on federal and state tax controversy matters of individual and corporate taxpayers. He represents clients in all phases of administrative disputes before the Internal Revenue Service and the Comptroller of Maryland. He also litigates cases before the United States Tax Court.
Brian can provide litigation support and expert testimony in the areas of taxation, fraud, income analysis and business structures. Brian’s experience includes leading and conducting complex, high-stakes internal investigations.
As a certified FINRA Arbitrator, Brian also advises on disputes involving brokers, financial planners, and investment advisers.
- American University, Washington College of Law, J.D. (2003)
- Bridgewater State University, B.S. in Management Science-Accounting (1997)
- United States Tax Court