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Christopher M. Klug

Washington DC
(202) 661-2179


District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Virginia


Corporate/Transactional, Trust and Estates, Tax, Tax and Tax Controversy, International Tax, International Estate Planning



Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M. Taxation), Michigan State University College of Law (JD), Michigan State University (BA)



Christopher M. Klug represents clients in domestic and international taxation, tax controversy, corporate/business planning, cross-border transactions, and domestic and international estate planning.

Mr. Klug has extensive experience working with companies with domestic and international income tax planning. This work includes inbound and outbound mergers and acquisitions and other transactional tax matters. As a former tax professor, Mr. Klug has a strong background in subchapter C and S corporate taxation and partnership taxation and uses this knowledge to develop tax strategies for clients. Mr. Klug represents companies, private equity funds, hedge funds, joint ventures, real estate funds, and family offices.

Mr. Klug represents clients in tax audits and controversies and has experience resolving complex tax disputes.

Mr. Klug represents clients with domestic and international private wealth planning. He provides comprehensive estate planning for individuals, couples, and family businesses. Mr. Klug has extensive experience in advising clients with dual or multiple nationalities, especially those living outside the US, and their families with their unique estate planning challenges. This also includes representation of clients on the unique tax considerations and opportunities for individuals and families immigrating to the US.

Mr. Klug has presented on US inbound/outbound taxation, US informational filings, taxation of US persons, and estate planning to accountants and other professionals. Mr. Klug is the author of a number of published articles on international taxation.