Glen Stankee litigates complex federal and state tax cases in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He has successfully challenged the validity of various state tax schemes under the Indian Commerce Clause, including the Florida rental and public utilities tax schemes as applied to on-reservation activities of an Indian tribe. He has also challenged the application of state sales and use taxes under the Interstate Commerce Clause and the application of state fuel tax under the Indian Commerce and Equal Protection Clauses.
In addition, Glen devotes a substantial part of his practice to domestic and international tax planning (inbound and outbound). He designs cross-border transactions and structures entities for the acquisition, operation and sale of businesses in a variety of industries including manufacturing, sales distribution, banking, real estate development, technology and software development and licensing, gaming, insurance, shipping, yacht brokerage, yacht and aircraft chartering, hospitality, and entertainment.
Glen is a Florida Bar Board Certified Tax Lawyer (1986 - present) and a Florida Certified Public Accountant (inactive) (1984 - present).