Nate Carden focuses on matters of tax controversy and transfer pricing. His dispute resolution practice emphasizes representation of corporate taxpayers in pre-audit, audit, administrative appeal, and litigation proceedings.
Nate develops transfer pricing documentation and risk assessments for international intangible, financing, and services transactions. He also advises multinational clients on cross-border intangible property, service, and financing transactions. He is a member of the Tax Committee and Advisory Committee on Business Restructurings of the United States Council for International Business.
University of Chicago Law School, JD, with High Honors, 1999; Order of the Coif; Book Review and Business Editor, The University of Chicago Law Review, 1998-1999; Staff Member, The University of Chicago Law Review, 1997-1998, Georgetown University, BA, summa cum laude, 1996; Beta Gamma Sigma.