Gauri represents clients throughout all stages of federal, state and local tax disputes and litigation.
Gauri’s practice focuses on resolving disputes and advising clients through the complexities of international, corporate, partnership, sales and use, and individual income tax.
Prior to joining Fredrikson & Byron, Gauri attended the University of Minnesota Law School and graduated with a business law concentration. She has served as a clerk to Chief Judge John Tunheim of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.
Assist client with Minnesota Department of Revenue examination involving independent contractor-employee classification dispute.
Issue an international tax opinion regarding the U.S. federal income tax treatment of Subpart F income which arises from the receipt of community income when the taxpayer is domiciled in a non-U.S. state.
Issue a Minnesota state tax opinion and lease agreement, regarding the property tax, sales and use tax, corporate franchise tax, and employment tax consequences and incentives regarding the ownership and operation of a solar energy farm.
Issue a multi-state sales tax opinion regarding asset sales in connection with a merger.
Issue a multi-state sales and use tax opinion regarding digital marketing and advertising.
Draft U.S. federal tax opinion analyzing and structuring a New Markets Tax Credits transaction.
Assist clients in IRS audits and appeals as well as federal offshore tax matters, including voluntary disclosures relating to Foreign Bank Account Reports (“FBARs”).
Advise international clients on the impact of tax treaties and the potential to mitigate U.S. and foreign taxation.
Assist various properties in complying with property tax exemptions and appeals.