Haleh Naimi is a tax and bankruptcy attorney representing individuals and businesses (ranging in size from small to middle-market) in complex tax, bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters throughout California and New York. She has lectured on tax controversy issues involving collection and bankruptcy taxation before thousands of attorneys, CPAs and enrolled agents throughout the nation. A graduate of New York University’s masters of law in taxation, Haleh is an active member of the Bankruptcy Workouts Task Force of the American Bar Association and a former Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the California State Bar Taxation Section, and she has presented multiple tax policy proposals to decision makers at the Treasury Department, Office of Chief Counsel at the IRS, House Ways and Means Committee, Joint Committee on Taxation and Senate Finance Committee in Washington D.C., as well as decisions makers at the Franchise Tax Board in Sacramento.
Following the completion of her judicial clerkship with United States Bankruptcy Judge, Arthur M. Greenwald, Haleh entered private practice with the law firm of Kaye Scholer LLP in New York. After completing her LL.M. in Taxation, she joined the law firm of Hecht Solberg LLP in San Diego, California and later served as in-house counsel for a private corporation. In her current practice, Haleh represents businesses and individuals in tax planning and controversy, bankruptcy and commercial litigation.