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Mitch Dubick concentrates his practice in tax controversy matters, representing individual and corporate clients before the IRS and state taxing authorities, as well as business, real estate, and tax planning. His 30+ years of experience and cost-effective solutions have made him the choice of clients, accountants, and other lawyers to handle their tax disputes, including audits, overdue returns, appeals, collection matters (including liens and levies), installment agreements and Offers in Compromise.
In recent years, Mr. Dubick has:
- Persuaded the IRS in a Tax Court case to concede more than $10,000,000 in proposed taxes and refunds.
- Permitted a struggling business to avoid threatened closure by the IRS, SBE and EDD through installment agreements.
- Obtained relief for taxpayers with foreign bank accounts.
- Negotiated Offers in Compromise with the IRS, FTB, EDD, and SBE.
- Successfully concluded civil audits and appeals and criminal fraud investigations for taxpayers.
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. Dubick began his legal career with the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., handling civil and criminal cases throughout the United States. Since coming to San Diego in 1981, he has handled a wide variety of corporate, partnership, and individual business and tax litigation matters, as well as serving as an expert witness. He is a past Chair of the Taxation Section of the San Diego County Bar Association, and served for several years as the attorney representative on the IRS District Director’s Tax Practitioner Panel. Mr. Dubick is a frequent speaker before tax professionals in the areas of tax disputes and litigation, and received the highest rating (A-V) from Martindale-Hubbell for ethics and legal ability. He has been named one of Southern California Super Lawyers’ in 2011.
In addition to professional commitments, Mr. Dubick has served on many charitable boards and organizations. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Seacrest Village of San Diego Senior Community Centers, Chairman of Second Chance, and a National Commissioner and National Executive Committee Member of the Anti-Defamation League. Recognized for his commitment, he received the ADL’s first National Young Leadership Award.
To listen to Mr. Dubick discuss “How to Deal with Large Tax Bills” in a KUSI interview, click here.
- LL.M., Taxation, Georgetown University (1981)
- J.D., Case Western Reserve University (1974)
- B.S., Yale University (1971)
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- Ohio (Inactive)
- U.S. Supreme Court
- U.S. Tax Court
- State Bar of California
- San Diego County Bar Association (Chairman, Tax Section, 1987)