Cory joined the law office of JensenBayles, LLP in June of 2018. Cory's primary focus is on tax law, including tax planning (business formation, choice of entity, mergers and acquisitions) and tax controversy (IRS and state audits, tax liens, IRS settlements), he also works on business law matters, contracts, litigation and real estate disputes.
Cory got his BS from the University of Utah in Economics in 2007. After taking time off from school and working in retail, Cory attended law school at the University of Missouri - Columbia, focusing his studies on tax and gaining extensive exposure to tax law through an externship with IRS Office of Chief Counsel (2014), serving as the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) coordinator at the law school, (2015), taking first place in the Transactional Law Competition (2015) and earning a Tax Law Certificate, with honors. After law school, Cory went to the University of Florida Levin College of Law and earned a Masters of Law (LLM) in taxation.
After Graduating from the University of Florida, Cory worked in New York City for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in the Tax Mergers and Acquisition department, where he was exposed to complex tax matters in working with Fortune 500 companies.
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