Phillip T. Ogea



Phillip Ogea counsels clients in all aspects federal tax planning and transactions. He advises multinational corporations on tax issues related to structuring, negotiating, documenting and reporting large transactions.

Prior to joining Eversheds Sutherland, Phil worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable M. Yvette Miller where he prepared and analyzed sufficiency of evidence, drafted bench briefs and examined precedential inconsistencies. Phil also participated in the Eversheds Sutherland 2017 Summer Associate program.


Legal Alerts

Legal Alert: A new deduction for the new economy- Section 199A for modern entrepreneurs (April 12, 2019)
Bloomberg Tax: Daily Tax Report
Section 199A of the Internal Revenue Code, which was enacted as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, created a new 20% tax deduction on the qualified business income of business owners who conduct ...

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Federal Tax
  • Tax

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
University Attended:
University of Georgia, B.S., summa cum laude, with honors
Law School Attended:
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., Notes Editor, Virginia Law Review
Year of First Admission:
2018, Georgia

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