Paul’s practice focuses upon representation of business and individual taxpayers in federal tax planning as well as in controversies at administrative levels and the tax court and before federal courts. Paul has served as a past Adjunct Professor in the Graduate Tax Program at Walsh College and is also a committee chair and frequent speaker at the American Bar Association Taxation Committee meetings. He is a regular contributor to the Michigan Business Law Journal on tax matters.
Paul is the chair of the ABA Taxation Section's Sales, Exchange and Basis Committee, is a frequent speaker at the American Bar Association Section of the Michigan State Bar Association, and served on its taxation council and as past chair of the Taxation Committee of the Detroit and Oakland County Bar Associations. He is the author of over twenty published articles. Paul has spoken at more Michigan Institute of Continuing Legal Education programs than any other lawyer.
For more than three decades, Paul's practice has focused on representation of business and individual taxpayers in federal tax controversies at administrative levels as well as the Tax Court, and before other federal courts. He also devotes considerable time to estate planning.