Ms. Staudacher concentrates her practice in the area of corporate taxation for public companies and large private entities with an emphasis in accounting methods, IRS controversy, international incentives, global research tax credits and fixed assets.
Ms. Staudacher spent nearly 10 years in-house with
global OEM and a worldwide automotive supplier. Following her years in industry
as senior tax counsel to the automotive, aerospace and information technology
sectors, she moved her talents to the consultative sector where she has spent
the last 10 years advising private and public companies on effective tax rate
strategies, IRS audit defense, corporate transactions, and the
monetization of valuable tax credits and incentives in the United States and
around the world.
Staudacher works intimately with closely-held and large, privately-owned
companies. As a sibling and active member of a third-generation
family-owned company, Gina is keenly aware of business owner concerns and the
intricacies in managing the multitude of sensitive business, tax, family and
non-family based considerations.
Ms. Staudacher received her J.D.,
magna cum laude, from
Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University in 1993 and her B.A.,
laude, from the University of Michigan in 1989. She is a board
Inforum and the Michigan Women’s Tax Association and an active
member of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and the State Bar of
Taxation Sections. Gina is actively engaged with the International
Women’s Forum and the Chicago Finance Exchange, as well as many
civic organizations, including the American Cancer Society, Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation and Gilda’s Club. Ms. Staudacher is licensed to practice