Jason Grover resolves high-stakes disputes with the IRS on behalf of clients facing intractable tax controversies across a wide range of substantive issues.

Mr. Grover pursues strategic solutions for taxpayers — including the world’s largest corporations, emerging companies, and high-net-worth individuals — in all stages of federal tax controversies by navigating:

  • Complex audits, including those involving potential criminal exposure
  • Contentious IRS Independent Office of Appeals conferences
  • Litigation before the US Tax Court, US Court of Federal Claims, and US district courts

He helps clients secure the optimal outcome of a dispute, whether through creative IRS settlement or dogged litigation. Mr. Grover leverages particular knowledge on the procedural and substantive aspects of partnership audits, both under the legacy TEFRA regime and under the new BBA rules, to guide clients in this evolving landscape.

A recognized thought leader, Mr. Grover frequently writes on tax matters and speaks before the American Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, and other professional associations.

He maintains an active pro bono practice, through which he serves individual low-income taxpayers.

Before joining Latham, Mr. Grover worked in another global law firm’s tax controversy practice.

Bar Qualification

  • District of Columbia
  • Illinois


  • JD, Northwestern University School of Law, 2012
    cum laude
  • MA, Northwestern University, 2009
  • BA, Princeton University, 2005
    cum laude