Jo-Renee specialize in a wide range of Corporate, Individual and Partnership tax services to help her clients and clients of Accounting, Law and Consulting firms minimize their worldwide (international) tax liabilities. Ms. Hunter works with clients to help them understand the global tax impact of their business activities and to develop efficient global tax organizational structures and strategies that fosters business plans and objectives to reduce global taxes on business transactions.
Ms. Hunter has provided tax advice to U.S. and foreign senior management on foreign and US tax issues related to mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, dispositions, and start-ups for over 25 years. During her career, Ms. Hunter has worked for a major law firm (McDermott, Will and Emery), CPA firm (KPMG), and fortune 50 companies General Motors and Nissan). Ms. Hunter has successfully defended tax positions with Tax Appeals Boards in the US and foreign countries. In addition, Ms. Hunter has extensive knowledge of tax laws, treaties and regulations for the US and countries located in Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and North America.
Jo-Renee is often asked to be a seminar moderator and presenter on international and domestic tax issues for mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, dispositions, and wholly owned start-ups. Ms. Hunter has been a panel member and/or moderator for: Tax Executive Institute, American Conference Institute, International Fiscal Association, American Bar Association, Practicing Law Institute, and the National Bar Association.
Ms. Hunter is a Board Advisor for the Journal of International Taxation magazine and is a member of the US Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Task Force for District Export Council for Southern California.
Ms. Hunter is an active member of the American Bar Association (ABA), Section of Taxation. A former Chair of the ABA’s, Section of Taxation Foreign Activities of US Taxpayers and Women and Minorities Committees and an appointed member to serve on the ABA Section of Taxation Government Submission Committee. Ms. Hunter has also been a member of the ABA Section of Taxation’s Nomination and Committee on Committees Committees