Relentless Preparation,
Efficient Resolution

Ryan Law advocates for businesses in a wide range of state and local tax (SALT) controversies. We strive to exceed client expectations through the effective litigation of disputes at the audit/appraisal district, administrative, trial, and appellate levels.

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Why should you choose Ryan Law?

We offer a team of experienced tax attorneys who emphasize creative advocacy. The firm’s practice focuses exclusively on SALT representation. This allows us to take a collaborative approach to resolving SALT matters.

We work closely with our clients and tax professionals to develop sophisticated and effective tax litigation strategies. Our attorneys’ decades of experience in SALT give us a considerable base of knowledge and the opportunity to create ongoing relationships with key individuals and institutions, allowing us to leverage for our clients’ benefit.

We generally do not face the conflicts and other issues that can hinder SALT services delivered in a large, full-service law firm. Our lawyers are active in speaking at local and national conferences and in serving in leadership roles in SALT organizations, as their bios reflect.

Our Areas of Expertise
Sales & Use Tax
Corporate Franchise & Income Tax
Property Tax

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In a landmark victory, Lockheed Martin and Ryan Law Firm, PLLC win their franchise tax case. On May 1, 2020, the Supreme Court of Texas reversed and remanded its opinion…Read More

Doug Sigel Elected as a Fellow in the American College of Tax Counsel

Austin, Texas – Ryan Law Firm, PLLC is proud to announce that Doug Sigel has been elected as a Fellow in the American College of Tax Counsel “I am very…Read More

Texas Comptroller Closes Audit Offices

Texas Comptroller Closes Audit Offices and Suspends 60-Day Deadline to Contest Audit Results as a Result of COVID-19 As a result of COVID-19, the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts is…Read More

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