Robin Park is a Partner in Squar Milner’s International Tax Group. His experience includes advising clients in all areas of international tax, providing inbound and outbound tax advisory services for publicly-traded companies, privately-held companies, private equity groups, and high-net worth individuals. Robin has experience serving a variety of industries, including: apparel & retail; biotechnology and life sciences; consumer products and manufacturing; entertainment; food and hospitality; high-technology; private equity; real estate; and services/social media.
Robin has extensive experience in all areas of international tax; however, he has a particular emphasis in the following areas: offshore IP holding companies and supply chain planning/restructurings; cross-border M&A, including pre-acquisition planning, tax due diligence, and post-acquisition integration planning; U.S. anti-deferral planning (i.e., subpart F provisions and GILTI); foreign tax credit optimization strategies; income tax treaty interpretation and analysis; and effectively connected income to a US trade or business analyses and planning, including FIRPTA. Moreover, he has extensive experience advising clients on the U.S. international tax implications for ASC 740 reporting purposes. Similarly, Robin has significant experience and a deep understanding of all the U.S. international tax filings to ensure clients comply with the constantly changing and increasingly more complex U.S. international tax and transfer pricing filing/disclosure requirements.
He has spent his entire 15-year career practicing international tax with both national and Big Four firms, most recently with the national public accounting firm Grant Thornton LLP in Orange County, Los Angeles, as well as Dallas, Texas. While at Grant Thornton, Robin was an International Tax Director where he was the practice leader responsible for growing the Los Angeles and Dallas marketplace.
- Member, California State Bar
- Bachelor of Arts – Michigan State University
- Juris Doctorate – Wayne State University Law School
- M., Taxation (International Tax) – University of Miami School of Law