Brett R. Dick Esq.


Brett Dick practices tax law, including partnerships, financing, leasing, real property, corporate, and tax treaties. His practice focuses on international tax, concentrating on transactions involving foreign entities doing business in the United States, including foreign government agencies. He deals extensively with Southeast Asian clients as well as U.S. taxpayers doing business abroad. Brett's forte is in the structuring of international transactions and tax planning and includes the taxation of foreign governments and international organizations. Brett has represented numerous foreign countries in Southeast Asia, and his clients are major government-linked and Asian investment funds.

Brett writes for professional journals and educational organizations. He also has lectured on partnerships, international tax planning, intercompany pricing, and advanced pricing agreements at conferences sponsored by the World Trade Institute, the University of Southern California Law Center, and state and national bar associations.

J.D., University of Michigan Law School (1970)
B.A., University of Michigan (1967)

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
913 T.M., US Taxation of Foreign Governments, International Organizations and Their Employees (co-author)