Anthony P. Daddino, J.D.
Anthony P. Daddino, P.C. is Managing Partner of the firm. Anthony devotes his practice to handling complex, and often times delicate, tax issues that successful businesses and their owners face. For nearly two decades, he has counseled clients on income and estate tax issues both in the planning stage (before contact by the Internal Revenue Service) as well as in the controversy stage (after IRS contact).
On planning matters, Anthony commonly works with business entrepreneurs and their families on wealth preservation and transfer strategies. His work focuses on structuring their business and personal financial affairs in a way that accomplishes global wealth preservation goals and that is efficient from both an income and estate and gift tax perspective.
On controversy matters, Anthony routinely represents taxpayers at every stage of the life cycle of a tax dispute, both criminally and civilly. He has resolved disputes involving a wide variety of tax matters, ranging from business and personal income tax, international tax, employment tax, estate and gift tax, and employee benefit and exempt organization tax matters. His experiences include representing businesses before the Texas Comptroller and Texas Workforce Commission. As a trial attorney, Anthony has litigated multi-million dollar tax cases in the Court of Federal Claims and the federal district courts for the Western District and Northern District of Texas, as well as argued tax cases before the Courts of Appeals for both the Ninth Circuit and Fifth Circuit.
Anthony was recognized in the 2021 Edition of Best Lawyers in America for the practice area of Tax Law. Anthony served on the law faculty at Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, where he taught Corporate Taxation and Income Taxation. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of topics, including IRS controversy, partnership tax, employment tax, international tax, and ethics issues.
Mr. Daddino was admitted to practice in Texas in 2002. He is married and has three children.