Susan Markey represents clients in general corporate, taxation, and nonprofit matters. She draws from a diverse background in government, accounting, and law to serve as a holistic business advisor, and strongly believes that tax and corporate advice should be both easy to understand and practical.
Susan assists clients with a wide array of tax issues, including tax controversies, audits, appeals, planning, and structuring, as well as researching tax law, drafting legal appeals, and memoranda. In addition to her tax practice, Susan counsels clients on mergers and acquisitions, business formation, joint ventures, and general corporate matters, while leveraging her tax background to help guide them toward profitable solutions.
Susan is passionate about working with nonprofit organizations that serve the community. Leveraging her combined knowledge of business and taxation issues, she carefully assists each client with their complex and unique needs. Susan’s particular depth in this area uniquely positions her to counsel nonprofits toward sustainable long-term success.
Susan is dedicated to advancing the profession as well as informing her clients on key issues in her area of practice. She writes and presents regularly on tax-related topics. Most recently, she co-authored an article for Thomson Reuters' Practical Law, titled "Sales and Use Tax for Remote Sellers: Minnesota," that serves as a Q&A guide to remote sellers' exposure to sales and use tax in Minnesota after the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.
From 2007-2011, Susan served as a law clerk to the Honorable James T. Swenson, Chief Judge of the Hennepin County District Court.