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Diana M. Rodriguez

Associate

400 N. Ashley Drive
Suite 1000
Tampa, Florida 33602

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Office: 813-977-1200
Fax: 813-977-1288

A firm believer in Galloway’s core set of principles, Diana knows that an aggressive approach is the key to guarding clients from loss and mitigating the toll of ongoing litigation. Diana Rodriguez has built a strong foundation in representing national and multinational clients with a variety of federal, state, and local tax law issues. Prior to joining Galloway, Diana practiced tax law consulting with a national public accounting firm where she focused on state tax audit controversy and state tax compliance. Her strategic approach has helped to optimize her clients opportunities and produce judicious resolution of cases.

A graduate of the University of Florida, Diana received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, where she was a John F. Smoak Scholarship recipient, involved in the Phi Alpha Delta Mock Trial team, and also spent time pursuing her minor in Business Administration.

Following her undergraduate career, Diana went on to obtain her law degree from the Levin College of Law. During this time, Diana served as general editor of the Florida Journal of International Law, president for the Association for Tax Law, site coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Association, and a member of the Tax Moot Court team. In addition, Diana had the privilege of serving as a judicial intern for Judge Ursula Ungaro for the District Court for the Southern District of Florida. It was here that Diana was able to further develop her legal research and writing skills.

Representative Matters

  • Represented national and multinational business in complex state and local tax controversy matters against various states’ department of revenue
  • Advised multinational businesses on complex international tax implications of mergers and acquisitions
  • Managed state audit controversy matters by representing clients against various states’ department of revenue
  • Represented global inbound clients on navigating the state and local tax implications of their revenue streams

OVERVIEW

A firm believer in Galloway’s core set of principles, Diana knows that an aggressive approach is the key to guarding clients from loss and mitigating the toll of ongoing litigation. Diana Rodriguez has built a strong foundation in representing national and multinational clients with a variety of federal, state, and local tax law issues. Prior to joining Galloway, Diana practiced tax law consulting with a national public accounting firm where she focused on state tax audit controversy and state tax compliance. Her strategic approach has helped to optimize her clients opportunities and produce judicious resolution of cases.

A graduate of the University of Florida, Diana received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, where she was a John F. Smoak Scholarship recipient, involved in the Phi Alpha Delta Mock Trial team, and also spent time pursuing her minor in Business Administration.

Following her undergraduate career, Diana went on to obtain her law degree from the Levin College of Law. During this time, Diana served as general editor of the Florida Journal of International Law, president for the Association for Tax Law, site coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Association, and a member of the Tax Moot Court team. In addition, Diana had the privilege of serving as a judicial intern for Judge Ursula Ungaro for the District Court for the Southern District of Florida. It was here that Diana was able to further develop her legal research and writing skills.

Representative Matters

  • Represented national and multinational business in complex state and local tax controversy matters against various states’ department of revenue
  • Advised multinational businesses on complex international tax implications of mergers and acquisitions
  • Managed state audit controversy matters by representing clients against various states’ department of revenue
  • Represented global inbound clients on navigating the state and local tax implications of their revenue streams

PRACTICES

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EDUCATION & ADMISSIONS

Education

  • J.D., University of Florida, Levin College of Law
    • Florida Journal of International Law, General Editor
    • Association for Tax Law, President
    • Tax Moot Court Team, Member
    • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, Site Coordinator
  • B.A., Political Science, University of Florida
    • John F. Smoak Scholarship recipient
    • Phi Alpha Delta Mock Trial Competition Winner
    • Mock Trial Team, Captain
    • Law Schools Admission Committee, Director
    • Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity

Admissions

  • Florida

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • The Florida Bar
  • American Bar Association