Amy Feinberg is a tax controversy associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins.

Ms. Feinberg represents clients in all stages of federal tax controversies, from administrative proceedings to litigation. Ms. Feinberg has experience litigating in the US Tax Court, Federal Appellate Courts, and the US Supreme Court.

Ms. Feinberg leverages her substantive and procedural knowledge to help taxpayers reach the best option in a dispute, whether through settlement or litigation. She has particular experience with tax matters affecting the cryptocurrency, energy, and technology industries.

Ms. Feinberg writes frequently on tax matters and has spoken before the American Bar Association and other professional associations. She maintains an active pro bono practice, through which she serves asylum-seekers and low-income taxpayers.

Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Feinberg served as a law clerk to Judge Richard G. Taranto on the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Ms. Feinberg’s representative experience includes:

  • Arguing cases before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals on a tax issue that was ultimately decided in favor of taxpayers in a 9-0 decision by the US Supreme Court
  • Writing tax protests that resulted in taxpayer-favorable settlements with IRS Exam
  • Presenting the taxpayer’s penalty response in a hearing before the IRS Independent Office of Appeals
  • Writing multiple briefs for the US Supreme Court on procedural tax matters
  • Representing high-net-worth individuals with respect to cryptocurrency gains and disclosures

Bar Qualification

  • Colorado
  • District of Columbia


  • JD, Harvard Law School, 2018
  • ABJ in Public Relations, University of Georgia, 2015
  • BA in International Relations, University of Georgia, 2015
  • MA in Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Georgia, 2015