About Us

Andrew Mitchel

Andrew Mitchel

Andrew Mitchel is an international tax attorney with over 25 years of tax experience. He advises businesses and individuals on a wide variety of cross-border transactions. He was formerly a Senior Manager of International Tax Planning at PepsiCo, Inc., where he provided tax advice on cross-border acquisitions, divestitures, and restructurings.

Attorney Mitchel received his Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Taxation from New York University and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. He is a member of the International Fiscal Association, the Connecticut Bar Association, and the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants. Attorney Mitchel is admitted to the bar in Connecticut.

Andrew is a frequent speaker on U.S. international tax matters, and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Yahoo News, CNBC, Bloomberg, and other media on international tax topics.

Additionally, Attorney Mitchel is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Quinnipiac University School of Law where he teaches International Tax. Quinnipiac University is located in Hamden, Connecticut.

Ryan Dunn

Ryan Dunn

Ryan E. Dunn is a tax attorney who focuses on the U.S. taxation of international transactions. Attorney Dunn received his Juris Doctor from the University of Connecticut School of Law and his B.S., summa cum laude, from Sacred Heart University. While attending University of Connecticut School of Law, Mr. Dunn participated in the tax clinic and also interned with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in Seattle Washington.

Attorney Dunn is admitted to the bar in Connecticut.

How we can help

  • We provide U.S. tax advice on a wide variety of cross-border transactions.
  • Our advice is often sought when clients are in the process of creating, acquiring, reorganizing, or selling U.S. and foreign entities, or when individuals are moving into or out of the U.S.
  • We have extensive experience in restructuring U.S. and foreign legal entities. It is often possible to restructure in a manner that qualifies the transactions as non-taxable under the U.S. tax code.
  • Businesses and individuals can minimize their worldwide effective tax rate using a variety of techniques. Some of these techniques include maximizing foreign tax credits, excluding certain foreign income, and deferring U.S. taxation to a future year.
  • Cross-border tax rules are like a minefield with many traps for the unwary. Tax savings are maximized by contacting us well in advance of any contemplated transactions.
  • We work in conjunction with non-U.S. tax advisors from many countries.