Andrew Kim is a partner in the Tax Group of Fenwick & West LLP. His practice focuses on US and international corporate tax matters, and tax dispute matters. Andy has significant experience in representing clients with respect to cross-border transactions, corporate restructurings, international joint ventures, transfer pricing, and dispute resolution matters.
Andy served as counsel in Analog Devices, Inc. v. Commissioner in the US Tax Court, and CBS Corporation v. United States in the US Court of Federal Claims, and currently serves as counsel in TBL Licensing LLC v. Commissioner in the US Tax Court.
Andy has been recognized in Euromoney's World's Leading Tax Advisors, International Tax Review's Tax Controversy Leaders, Law Business Research's Who's Who Legal: Corporate Tax, The Legal 500, and Chambers USA.
Andy is a lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, where he teaches international taxation. He has published articles on international tax issues and developments in the Journal of Taxation, International Taxation, the Euromoney Corporate Tax Handbook, and World Tax. Andy frequently speaks on international tax issues at meetings for professional tax groups, including the Tax Executives Institute and Bloomberg BNA.
Fenwick's tax practice has earned a reputation as one of the nation's leading domestic and international tax practices. Fenwick was named US (or Americas) Tax Litigation Firm of the Year four times by International Tax Review. Fenwick has also been recognized by International Tax Review as first tier in both its World's Leading Tax Planning Firms and World's Leading Transactional Firms guides, and has been recognized as Americas M&A Tax Firm of the Year.
Andy received his J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School, and B.S. in Psychology with highest honors from the University of Illinois.
Andy is a member of the State Bars of California and Illinois.