John Biek > Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP > Chicago, United States > Lawyer Profile
Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP Offices
2 NORTH LASALLE STREET
CHICAGO, IL 60602
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Taxation, Tax Controversy
Co-Chair, Taxation practice group
John A. Biek, co-chair of Neal Gerber Eisenberg’s Taxation practice group, represents large publicly traded and privately held businesses in controversies, transactional matters and tax planning involving multi-state corporate income/franchise taxes, gross receipts taxes, sales and use taxes, and other business privilege taxes. He has represented clients in state tax audits and litigation before courts, administrative law judges and departments of revenue throughout the United States.
As one of the nation’s leading lawyers in the emerging field of state unclaimed property laws, John devotes a substantial part of his practice to complex multi-state unclaimed property audits, litigation, voluntary disclosure and transactional matters for clients in a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, retailing, distribution, aerospace, technology, hospitality, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, financial and investment services, telecommunications, health care, insurance, utilities and transportation businesses. He helps clients determine whether their business operations are producing unclaimed property liabilities and how those operations can be restructured to minimize unclaimed property exposure
Vice-Chair, ABA Tax Section’s State & Local Tax Committee
Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel
Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 1987), cum laude
Yale University (B.S., 1984)
Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP is particularly noted for its capabilities in state and local tax considerations, unclaimed property compliance, and transactios, acting for a diverse clientele. The team is also well versed in real estate and REIT matters, where practice head Jeffrey Shamberg is often instructed. John Biek is a seasoned advisor and leading figure in state unclaimed property field, who regularly handles a mix of transactional and planning mandates. Eric McLimore is also recommended. All named lawyers are based in Chicago.