Ben Lucas represents U.S. and international financial institutions, multinational companies and asset managers in a variety of tax planning, transactional and controversy matters.


Mr. Lucas advises on the tax aspects of domestic and cross-border restructurings, post-acquisition integration, debt and equity financing, and other financial and capital markets transactions. His practice also involves inbound and outbound international tax planning, including subpart F, GILTI and foreign tax credits.

In addition, Mr. Lucas counsels clients on a wide range of issues related to financial products taxation, such as trading and structuring matters and the tax treatment of various derivatives.

He also assists clients with tax controversies and dispute resolution in connection with IRS audits, refund claims and administrative proceedings.



  • J.D., Boston University School of Law, 2014
  • B.A., Davidson College, 2011


  • District of Columbia