Location: Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
Greg's practice is dedicated Civil and Criminal Tax Controversey and Litigation. This includes to representing Taxpayers before the IRS with respect to outstanding tax liabilities, audits, Tax Court Litigation and in criminal matters. He has represented over 1000 clients in his practice and takes the time to get to know each client on a personal level.
Mr. McCauley received his Juris Doctor from Villanova University School of Law. After his first year of law school, Mr. McCauley was a summer clerk for Resident Judge Witham in the Delaware Superior Court. After his second year, Mr. McCauley was a summer associate at a Corporate Litigation Firm in Wilmington, DE. While in law school, Mr. McCauley served as a Student Attorney at the Villanova University School of Law Clinic for Law and Entrepreneurship, where he provided counsel and advised an internet startup company and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Additionally, he also assisted a public corporation in drafting securities and corporate governance documents.
Mr. McCauley prides himself in being an honest lawyer and is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards of the legal profession. He is widely known amongst friends and colleagues for his persistence, courage of conviction, and integrity. Mr. McCauley cares deeply for each and every client and strives to provide exceptional representation.
Areas of Practice
- Tax Law
- Business Law
- Villanova University School of Law
- St. Joseph’s University
- American Bar Association
- Delaware State Bar Association
- New Jersey Bar Association
- Delaware State Bar Association, Taxation Section
- Delaware Valley Journal - PA Treasurer Garrity: 87,000 New IRS Agents ‘Startling Overreach’
- Suburban Life Magazine - When the IRS Knocks … The attorneys of McCauley Law Offices use “zealous advocacy” and decades of specialized expertise to resolve clients’ tax disputes as quickly and painlessly as possible.
- New Jersey
- United States Tax Court
- US District Court for the District of Delaware