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Alee Soleimanpour

Alee Soleimanpour



  • Tax Planning
  • Tax Controversy
  • Business and Corporate
  • Tax

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Alee Soleimanpour helps clients navigate complicated tax issues on the federal, state, and local level. Alee finds that the most complicated legal problems are often best resolved with a combination of understanding his client’s unique needs and his strategic tax planning experience.

Prior to joining the firm, Alee served as a law clerk on the United States Tax Court in Washington, DC, for the Honorable Carolyn P. Chiechi and Joseph W. Nega. While in law school, Alee worked as a law clerk for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Washington, where he prosecuted federal governmental regulatory offenses in the magistrate court as well as drafted pleadings and memorandum for assistant U.S. attorneys related to civil and criminal matters, including bank fraud and other white collar cases. 

Bar Admissions

  • Oregon State Court
  • United States Tax Court
  • Washington State Court


  • New York University School of Law, Master of Laws, Taxation (2016)
  • Washington State University, Bachelor of Arts degree, Finance; minor in Economics, cum laude (2012)
  • Gonzaga University School of Law, Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude (2015)
Areas of Practice

Business and Corporate | Tax | Tax and Estate Planning | Tax Controversy | Tax Planning


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  • Oregon CAT: Oregon Department of Revenue Addresses Good Faith Effort Standards for Penalty Waivers for Underpayments of Estimated Payments
  • Oregon CAT: Oregon Department of Revenue Adds Two New Draft Rules to Website That Will Be Filed as Permanent Rules
  • Oregon CAT: Good News
  • Oregon CAT: Draft Rule Regarding the Sourcing of Commercial Activity for Financial Institutions in This State
  • Oregon Department of Revenue Issues First Batch of Permanent Oregon Corporate Activity Tax Rules
  • Oregon Department of Revenue to Increase Estimated Tax Payment Threshold from $5,000 to $10,000, and Other Changes Related to the Oregon Corporate Activity Tax
  • Oregon Extends Additional Tax Filing Deadlines
  • Oregon CAT: Oregon Corporate Activity Tax (“CAT”) Permanent Rulemaking to Begin May 1
  • COVID-19: Taxing Authorities Make Moves to Address COVID-19
  • Tax Authorities Continue to Make Moves to Address COVID-19
  • Oregon CAT: Recent Updates to the Oregon CAT in Light of COVID-19
  • Oregon CAT: DOR Issues Third Round of Temporary Rules
  • Oregon CAT: DOR Issues Draft Labor Cost Subtraction Rules
  • The DOR Schedules “Education Tour” and Issues Additional Informal Guidance
  • The DOR Issues Second Round of Temporary CAT Rules
  • Oregon CAT: Draft Rules Regarding the Wholesale Groceries Exclusion, the Retail Sale of Groceries Exclusion, and Property Resold Out of State
  • Oregon CAT: First Round of Temporary Rules and Draft Rule Regarding Motor Vehicle Resale Certificates
  • Breaking News: Supreme Court Opens Door to Sales Taxation of Online Sales
  • Tax Reform: What Does the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Mean for the Healthcare Industry?
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