Shannon Fiedler is an associate in Latham & Watkins’ Tax Controversy Practice in the firm’s Boston office. 

Ms. Fiedler’s practice encompasses a wide array of federal and international tax disputes impacting taxpayers across diverse industries (such as technology, banking, manufacturing, oil and gas, and retail). Ms. Fiedler has substantial experience in the development, litigation, and appellate stages of multi-billion dollar transfer pricing cases.

Ms. Fiedler regularly counsels clients at all stages of federal tax controversies, including exam, IRS Appeals, litigation in the US Tax Court and US district courts and subsequent appeal. In addition to civil tax matters, Ms. Fiedler has experience navigating sensitive tax matters involving allegations of potential criminal tax charges.

Ms. Fiedler is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, the US Tax Court, and the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

Ms. Fiedler regularly presents and writes about current tax controversy issues, including at national conferences hosted by the ABA and the Tax Executives Institute. 

Bar Qualification

  • Massachusetts


  • JD, Syracuse University College of Law, 2017
    magna cum laude
  • BS in Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, 2012