Michael Caballero is a partner in the Washington office and a vice chair of the Tax Practice Group. His practice focuses on international tax matters, including structural and transactional tax planning, as well as tax controversy and other government relations and tax policy work.
Mr. Caballero recently served as International Tax Counsel in the U.S. Treasury's Office of Tax Policy. While at the Treasury, he participated in the development of legislation, regulations and administrative guidance concerning international tax matters; oversaw the U.S. tax treaty program; and coordinated the representation of the United States in various international fora, including the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Mr. Caballero previously served in the Office of International Tax Counsel for almost six years as an Attorney Advisor and Associate International Tax Counsel with responsibility for guidance and legislative matters involving the foreign tax credit, cross-border M&A, inversions, international partnerships, FIRPTA and PFICs.
Prior to his most recent time at the Treasury, Mr. Caballero practiced as a tax partner at two global law firms.