Gene Crick began his career at Arthur Andersen as a Certified Public Accountant and tax accountant. Crick practiced in two law firms as a tax attorney before joining Broad and Cassel.
Crick handles income tax issues and transactional legal work with respect to the buying and selling of entities or assets for various business clients.
His transaction and tax experience includes affordable housing, historic buildings and commercial buildings qualifying for federal income tax credits.
Crick primarily renders federal income tax advice for partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations and tax-exempt entities in transactions domestically and abroad. Crick is also knowledgeable in many international tax matters.
Due to his experience, he is frequently engaged to analyze and offer solutions to sophisticated income tax issues. In some cases, this results in submission of requests for private letter rulings from the IRS National Office.
Crick also has extensive experience representing clients in tax controversy matters before the IRS.
Crick is an AV Preeminent®-rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell, achieving the agency’s highest marks for both competency and ethics.