Taylor O. Curtis


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Taylor Curtis focuses his practice on the tax aspects of complex business transactions and reorganizations. He serves as a tax advisor to clients on tax issues related to entity formations, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, capital markets transactions, and venture capital and private equity investments. Taylor assists clients in understanding the tax implications of transactions and develops creative solutions for clients to structure transactions in the most tax-advantageous fashion. In addition, Taylor counsels clients on federal tax controversy matters, including IRS protests and administrative appeals.

Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Taylor was a tax associate at the firms of Holley Driggs (Las Vegas) and Thompson Coburn LLP (St. Louis). He earned an LL.M. in taxation and a law degree from Washington University School of Law and a B.A. in communications studies and history from Drury University.


American Health Law Association (AHLA)

American Bar Association — Tax Section

The Missouri Bar

State Bar of Nevada