Stacy Thomas is a shareholder in the Jackson office and has practiced with the Firm since 1996. He primarily focuses on the areas of federal and state taxation, tax disputes, and tax planning. Stacy routinely represents clients before federal, state and local taxing authorities and in litigation. He is experienced with the procedural aspects of tax controversies and the substantive issues associated with estate, gift, sales, income, franchise, property and other taxes.
Stacy is a graduate of Mississippi State University and serves on the advisory council for the Adkerson School of Accountancy at MSU. He received his law degree from Vanderbilt University. After clerking two years with the Mississippi Supreme Court, Stacy continued his education at New York University, where he received a Masters of Laws in Taxation. He is a frequent writer and speaker on tax topics and is actively involved in a number of professional organizations.