Mauro Colabianchi joins McLaughlin Legal’s Tax Litigation practice group

Will handle all facets of Federal and California tax law for clients

McLaughlin Legal, a San Diego-based tax litigation, tax controversy and estate planning firm for small to mid-sized companies and business owners, announced today the addition of Mauro Colabianchi to the team.

He will handle all facets of Federal and California tax law for the firm’s clients, with particular emphasis in McLaughlin Legal’s Tax Litigation and Controversy area.

“Mauro possesses a solid track record of successfully administering audits, collection matters, trust fund recovery investigations, offshore disclosures, complicated lien issues and criminal tax matters,” said Kevan McLaughlin, founder of McLaughlin Legal. We’re excited to have him aboard!”

Before joining McLaughlin Legal, Colabianchi worked five years as an associate attorney with another boutique litigation firm. His practice as a tax attorney involves representing individuals and businesses before the Internal Revenue Service, Franchise Tax Board, Employment Development Department, California Department of Tax and Fee Administration and others. Colabianchi received both his LL.M (Master of Laws) and Juris Doctor degrees from the University of San Diego. The California Bar Association admitted him in 2012.

“McLaughlin Legal’s guiding principles of personalized service, concentrated practice areas and a commitment to clients match my own,” said Colabianchi. “I’m excited to be doing my part to protect individuals and companies’ rights while also helping them enjoy tax efficient endeavors and preserve their wealth in keeping with their greater family or business goals.”


Founded in 2009, McLaughlin Legal provides responsive solutions for all types of civil and criminal tax disputes, estate planning, estate administration and more. The firm assists individuals and businesses with tax audits, appeals, criminal tax investigations, drafting wills, trusts and powers of attorney. More information is available at


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