Brian F. Huebsch, JD, Partner

Brian Huebsch joined the experienced team of tax attorneys at Anderson & Jahde, P.C. in 2004, and was named a partner two years later. In eleven years of practice with the Colorado firm, Brian has represented hundreds of clients in all stages of federal, state and local tax disputes—including co-counsel in a criminal tax case the Department of Justice characterized as one of the largest tax evasion cases in Colorado history; and representing a taxpayer in a seminal case ultimately won in the United States Supreme Court.

In 2009, Brian Huebsch represented his first client in managing their way through the IRS’s newly announced Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (OVDI). Since, Brian has helped dozens of clients weave through each of the revisions to the program, including the 2011 OVDP, 2012 OVDP, and, currently, the Streamline Compliance programs announced by the IRS in June 2014. Through these efforts, Brian has brought each of his client’s back into compliance in their offshore reporting and tax obligations, saving them thousands in potential fines and penalties.

In addition, he takes great pride in representing the accounting profession (CPAs, CPA firms, and return preparers) in all facets of their profession, including representing them in disciplinary proceedings initiated by state Board’s of Accountancy, the AICPA, and the IRS’s Office of Professional Responsibility; as well defending against return preparer penalties and malpractice claims.

Mr. Huebsch is also a sought-after lecturer on a wide variety of continuing education classes for attorneys, accountants and tax return preparers, including:

  • Sales and Use Tax in Colorado (CPE4U, Loreman, NBI)
  • Minimizing Manufacturer Sales and Use Tax Liability (NBI, 2007, co-author and presenter)
  • Your client’s Options After the Audit (CPE4U)
  • Tax Compliance for International Clients (CPE4U)
  • Resolving Tax Disputes with IRS Appeals (CPE4U)
  • Return Preparer Issues: Penalties, Injunctions, Criminal Prosecution and OPR (CPE4U)
  • Tax Practice and Procedure (CPE4U)
  • Colorado State Tax Practice and Procedure (CPE4U)
  • IRS Controversies: Helping Taxpayers in Trouble (CPE4U)
  • IRS Collections: King’s Life Blood (CPE4U)
  • Accountant’s Liability: What Every Accountant Should Know (CPE4U)
  • Handling Federal And State Tax Audits (CPE4U)
  • Ethics in Tax Practice (CPE4U)
  • The Attorney-Client Privilege in Tax Contexts
  • Marijuana Law in Colorado (NBI- federal, state and local taxation issues)

Practice Areas

  • Civil and criminal tax controversy and litigation, including income, employment and trust fund recovery penalty
  • State and municipal sales and use tax
  • Representing the accounting profession
  • Business litigation.

Education

  • University of California at Santa Cruz, B.A., 1996
  • University of Denver College of Law, J.D., 2002

Admitted

  • 2002, Colorado; 2003, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
  • 2004, U.S. Tax Court; 2008
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
  • 2010, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, United States Supreme Court

Affiliations

  • American Bar Associations- Tax Section Member
  • The Colorado Bar Association
  • William E. Doyle American Inn of Courts
  • Board of Advisors- Schlessman Family YMCA, Denver, CO (2000-2004)
  • Board of Advisors- Southwest Family YMCA, Denver, CO (2006-2009)

Biography

Co-Presenter/Author, Minimizing Manufacturer Sales and Use Tax Liability, National Business Institute, Denver, Co (Dec. 2007).