Sarah advises clients on a broad range of corporate, partnership, and individual income tax matters, including joint
ventures, mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, and IRS audits, appeals, and litigation. Her practice primarily involves representing companies and individuals in complex transactions as well
as against the Internal Revenue Service. She helps companies and individuals achieve optimal tax efficiency in their business operations through formations, sales and restructurings. She also has
experience with every aspect of the IRS administrative process, including representing clients in front of the United States Tax Court. Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Sarah worked for
Miller & Chevalier Chartered in Washington, D.C. She also clerked for the United States Tax Court and practiced in the area of corporate finance, developing a broad range of experience in
debt and equity transactions. While at Georgetown University Law Center, she served as a legal fellow with the Council on State Taxation, where she worked on amicus briefs in support of taxation
issues relevant to organization members, namely large multinational corporations.