NYU School of Law, LL.M. in Taxation, 2020
University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 2019 - Dean's List, Houston Journal of International Law - Chief Editor
University of Houston, Bachelor of Business Administration, Dean's List, summa cum laude, 2016
Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society
U.S. Tax Court
Southern District of Texas
Eastern District of Texas
District of Colorado
Internal Revenue Service - Office of Chief Counsel
Dustin Webber is an associate attorney in the Tax Controversy and Litigation group in Houston. Dustin advises clients about their tax matters at the federal, state, and international levels with experience in income, employment, and excise tax issues. Dustin has experience resolving taxpayer issues during IRS examination or collection status, including negotiating pre-assessment modifications, installment agreements, offers in compromise, and requests for collection due process relief. Dustin has also handled tax litigation matters, more recently including the representation of business entities involved with conservation easement transactions.
In addition to his tax controversy experience, Dustin has experience providing tax and business services—including the reformation and restructuring of large multi-national businesses—to achieve strategic tax and business objectives. Dustin works with business owners, corporate officers, and other advisors in structuring acquisitions, dispositions, reorganizations, and corporate financing arrangements to provide efficient solutions to tax and business issues across a variety of industries.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Dustin served in an Army special operations unit during Operation Enduring Freedom, earning numerous awards for selfless service. Dustin brings that same dedication, selfless service, and tenacity to his clients. The global perspective inherent in today's special operations forces provides Dustin with a unique and insightful approach to representing clients in all stages of their tax matters.
- American Bar Association, Tax Section
- State Bar of Texas, Tax Section
- Houston Bar Association
- World Affairs Council
- Society of Automotive Engineers
- Army Aviation Association of America