Carolyn DuPuy retired from the partnership in 2011. She was a partner in the Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Firm’s Corporate tax practice.
Carolyn specialized in international tax matters. She advised clients on the structuring of cross-border transactions and planning issues relevant to multinational corporations. She also handled regulatory and tax controversy matters before the Internal Revenue Service. Her areas of experience include the foreign tax credit and anti-deferral provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, as well as foreign currency and financial products issues.
Carolyn has written extensively on international tax issues. Most recently, she authored the revision of the Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolio The Creditability of Foreign Taxes – General Issues, scheduled to be published in 2015.
Earlier in her career Carolyn was a Senior Technical Reviewer in the Office of the Associate Chief Counsel (International) of the Internal Revenue Service, where she had responsibility for a variety of regulations and rulings projects. In addition, Carolyn also served as a lawyer in the former Interpretative Division of the Chief Counsel's Office of the Internal Revenue Service.