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Algirdas M. Liepas, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Taxation Law, Tax Litigation, Bankruptcy Law, Business Planning, Estate and Gift Tax, Natural Resources Law, Partnership Tax, Civil Trials and Appeals, Criminal Trials and Appeals, Corporate Law. Member of Wiederspahn, Lummis & Liepas, A Professional Corporation.

Background

Liepas, Algirdas M. was born on November 3, 1957 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

Education

Denver University (Bachelor of Arts, 1979. Master of Business Administration, 1980). University of Wyoming (Juris Doctor, with honors, 1985).

New York University (Master of Laws, Taxation, 1986). Omicron Delta Epsilon. Member, The Order of Barristers.

Spoken languages: Lithuanian.

Career

Amoco Production Company v. Board of County Commissioners of Carbon & Sweetwater Counties, Wyo. Supreme Court 93 63 (January 1994); Luff Exploration v. Sweetwater County, (Wyo, 1992); Moncrief v. Wyoming SBOE, 856 P.2d 440 (Wyo. 1992).Worked at Wiederspahn, Lummis & Liepas, A Professional Corporation (Cheyenne, Wyoming) specializing in Taxation Law, Tax Litigation, Bankruptcy Law, Business Planning, Estate and Gift Tax, Natural Resources Law, Partnership Tax, Civil Trials and Appeals, Criminal Trials and Appeals, Corporate Law. Admitted to the bar, 1985, Colorado and Wyoming. 1986, United States. District Court, District of Colorado, United States.

District Court, District of Wyoming and United States. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit. 1988, United States. Tax Court.

United States. Claims Court. Omicron Delta Epsilon. Member, The Order of Barristers.

Author: Note, "Discrimination Against Interstate Commerce in Ground Water for Economic Reasons," 19 Land and Water Law Review 471, 1984. Comment, "The Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity in Wyoming: Current Status of the Doctrine and Arguments for Abrogation," 20 Land and Water Law Review 221, 1985. Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Wyoming, 1990.

Member: Colorado and American (Member, Section on Taxation) Bar Associations. Wyoming State Bar. (Also at Fort Collins, Colorado Office).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Note, "Discrimination Against Interstate Commerce in Ground Water for Economic Reasons," 19 Land and Water Law Review 471, 1984. Comment, "The Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity in Wyoming: Current Status of the Doctrine and Arguments for Abrogation," 20 Land and Water Law Review 221, 1985. Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Wyoming.

Membership

Colorado and American (Member, Section on Taxation) Bar Associations. Wyoming State Bar.