Kaploe Elected Vice Chair Tax Section of OCBA
Varnum attorney Evan Kaploe has been elected Vice Chair Tax Section of the Oakland County Bar Association.
Kaploe's practice focuses on the litigation of civil and criminal tax controversies with the state and federal government, as well as in the litigation of commercial disputes. Kaploe also represents small to large companies, their officers, and other professionals in difficult tax and business matters, whether in a transactional or litigation setting.
Established in 1934, the Oakland County Bar Association has more than 3,000 members. The OCBA is a large network of peers committed to furthering the legal education of its members, providing service opportunities, and educating the public about the law.
Kaploe received his law degree from Michigan State University College of Law and has a Masters of Laws in Taxation from Northwestern University. In addition to the Oakland County Bar Association, he holds professional memberships with the American Bar Association, Tax Division and Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association (Inn of Court).