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DeAndré Morrow focuses his practice on state and local tax issues, including Maryland, Virginia, and District of Columbia taxes. He has counselled clients on a wide range of state and local tax matters including sales and use, income, property, franchise, motor fuel, documentary transfer, and transient occupancy taxes. DeAndré represents clients before state and local tax agencies at the audit, collection, appeals and litigation stages.

Prior to entering private practice, DeAndré served as a tax attorney for the Revenue Administration Division of the Comptroller of Maryland. In this role, he provided guidance to Maryland government personnel and the general public on the State’s revenue laws and regulations and advised the state’s legislative and executive branches as to the effect of proposed tax legislation on tax revenues and legal sufficiency. DeAndré routinely draws from this experience when working closely with state tax agencies on issues, such as voluntary disclosure agreements or settlement agreements, and when developing strategies for legislative resolutions.

The Maryland Comptroller’s recently completed Regulatory Evaluation Report reveals changes the Comptroller intends to propose to his regulatory guidance on how banks and similar institutions must allocate and apportion income
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