Samantha K. Breslow

Samantha K. Breslow

SAMANTHA K. BRESLOW is an associate with Horwood Marcus and Berk Chartered where she focuses her practice on multistate tax litigation and planning. Samantha resolves state and local tax controversies for a wide array of clients, including multinational Fortune 500 companies, investment partnerships, and high net worth individuals. She advises clients on a range of state and local tax topics, including sales and use tax, franchise tax, corporate income tax, personal income tax, gross receipts tax, and unclaimed property. Samantha is a co-author of CCH's Annual Guidebook to Illinois Taxes. 

Samantha received her J.D. from the University of Illinois College Of Law and her B.A. in English and Spanish from The University of Texas at Austin. She previously served as a multistate tax consultant at Deloitte Tax LLP, where she was active in state tax compliance and planning for high-yield investment partnerships, large law firms, and prominent corporations in most states and jurisdictions. Outside of the office, Samantha enjoys long-distance running and is a fierce fantasy football competitor.

 


Memberships

  • Chicago Bar Association, Member
  • Illinois State Bar Association, Member
  • Chicago Tax Club, Member

 

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      • Contact Information
      • Bar Admissions
        • Illinois  (2013)
      • Education
        • University of Illinois College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2013
        • The University of Texas, B.A. in English and Spanish, University Honors, 2009

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