John K. Bulloch

John joined the firm in 2014 as an accountant, while attending William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He also graduated from law school and was admitted to the Nevada Bar during 2014. As an attorney, John has continued to use the accounting experience he accrued over seven years in both the public and private sectors to assist clients with both business and personal accounting and tax issues. This experience has proven beneficial as John continues to help clients prepare and file tax returns in multiple jurisdictions within the United States and abroad, structure transactions to minimize tax liabilities, and resolve tax disputes with the IRS or other regulatory agencies. Additionally, John has assisted clients with matters in bankruptcy, estate planning, probate, and commercial contracts and leasing. He has also served as in-house corporate counsel for a multinational entertainment company while the company restructured its international operations.

Prior to attending law school, John received his bachelor’s degree in accounting, magna cum laude, from Southern Utah University in 2006. He continued on to receive his master’s degree in accounting, with an emphasis in taxation in 2007.

Publications: Income or Liability: How Casinos’ Classification of Outstanding Chips Determine Taxability, 5.1 Nev. Gaming L.J. 121 (Spring 2014).

 

Practice Areas

  • Commercial Transactions
  • Tax Planning
  • Transactional