RANDY MAURICE GRIMSHAW

Curriculum Vitae

RANDY MAURICE GRIMSHAW portrait
  • Adjunct Professor, College Of Law, University of Utah

Biography

Biography

Randy Grimshaw is a shareholder in the Corporate and Tax department of Parsons Behle & Latimer. His practice emphasizes federal, state and local tax planning; audit controversies and tax litigation; partnership, limited liability company, and corporate structuring and planning; and estate planning. Before joining Parsons Behle & Latimer, Randy was a tax accountant at Arthur Andersen & Co., an international accounting firm. He was previously licensed as a Certified Public Accountant. Randy regularly teaches tax and business planning as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law. Related Activities and Skills:Martindale-Hubbell-AV Rating Utah Business, Utah Top 100 Lawyers/Utah Legal Elite, Tax Law, 2005, 2006, 2007The Best Lawyers in America, Tax Law, 2007, 2008Adjunct Professor of Law, Tax and Business Planning, S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of UtahPast Chair of the Tax Section, Utah State BarPast Member of the Executive Board of the Tax Section, Utah State BarPast Member of the Committee on Unauthorized Practice of Law, Utah State BarMember of the Tax Section, American Bar AssociationMember of Real Estate and Probate Section, American Bar Association Education:Brigham Young University (J.D., cum laude, 1979)University of Utah (B.S., accounting, magna cum laude, 1972) Admissions:United States Tax Court, 1981United States District Court, District of Utah, 1979Supreme Court of the State of Utah, 1979Utah State Bar, 1979 Presentations and Publications:Author, Chapter; Joint Tenancy and Co-Tenancy-Summary of Utah Real Property Law, Brigham Young UniversityContributing Author, Taxation of Exempt Organizations, National Business Institute, Inc.Author, Recodification of the Corporate Franchise Tax, 1995 Utah State Bar Annual MeetingContributing Author, Seventh Annual Real Estate Tax Survey, American Bar AssociationContributing Author, Eight Annual Real Estate Tax Survey, American Bar AssociationContributing Author, Exempt Organizations and Charitable Activities in Utah, National Business Institute, Inc.Author, Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: State Taxation of Corporate Intangible Income Without Factor Representation, The State and Local Tax Lawyer, Vol. I, 1996Author, Reach Out and Tax Someone: State Taxation of Income From the Sale of Intangibles, Utah State Bar Journal, June/July 1995Frequent Lecturer; Bar Association, CPA, and industry presentations