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Jennifer Duval Lindy

Associate

Education

University of Miami - Bachelors Business Administration/Legal Studies, May 2001

Nova Southeastern University, M.B.A., March 2003; Honors: Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society

Nova Southeastern University, J.D., May 2006; Honors: Moot Court Honor Society

Emory University, International Law L.L.M., May 2007

University of Miami, School of Law, Taxation L.L.M., May 2008(Additional International Tax Certificate)

Bar Admissions

Florida

Court Admissions

U.S. Tax Court

Profile

Jennifer D. Lindy is a member of the Tax Controversy & Litigation Practice Group. Ms. Lindy represents individual and corporate taxpayers in disputes with the Internal Revenue Service.

Prior to joining Chamberlain Hrdlicka, Ms. Lindy worked in the Atlanta and National International Tax Groups at Ernst & Young LLP, where she spent seven years gaining diverse experience in international tax matters. Specifically, she assisted clients with U.S. and global withholding tax implications and processes, international tax compliance, FATCA compliance, and advised U.S. and multinational companies regarding inbound and outbound international tax transactions and investment structuring generating tax savings.

During law school, Ms. Lindy also interned at the Office of Chief Counsel for the IRS and was specially recognized in Estate of Lillie Rosen, et al., TC Memo 2006-115.

Seminars & Presentations

  • “US Reporting and Withholding on Payments to Non-U.S. Persons: Section 1441, FATCA and FBAR,” Ernst & Young’s Jacksonville Tax Breakfast Series (May 2014)
  • “Documentation and Information Reporting from Foreign Affiliates: Forms 5471, 5472, 8858, and 8886,” A seminar on international informational return reporting, presented at the Tax Executives Institute 2014 International Tax Course (August 2014)

Professional Affiliations

  • State Bar of Florida – Tax Section

News

News

Publications

Articles & Publications

  • Chief Counsel Advice concludes when late-received documentation can support portfolio interest exemption, EY International Tax Alert (Hester, Lindy, Arbogast, & Blum, 2014)