William H. Caudill Nominated as Chair-elect
of the American Bar Association’s
Section of Taxation
Houston lawyer William H. Caudill has been honored with nomination as chair-elect of the American Bar Association’s Section of Taxation. Caudill will lead the ABA Tax Section’s approximately 20,000 members, focused on serving its affiliates and the public through tax system education and leadership.
Caudill is a long-time member of the State Bar of Texas and the Tax Section. He served as chair of the Tax Section from 1991-1992.
Caudill currently serves as the ABA Tax Section’s liaison to the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and as a member of the Standing Committee on National Conference of Lawyers and CPAs. Previous ABA roles include serving as vice-chair, Section CLE from 2011-2014, as a section council member from 2008-2011 and as chair of the organization’s Committee on Partnerships and LLCs from 2004-2005.
His nomination as Section of Taxation chair-elect will be considered at the ABA’s 2015 Annual Meeting in August. Under the ABA bylaws, if confirmed as chair-elect, he will automatically become Section Chair for the term August 2016 through August 2017.
Practicing law in Houston, Caudill has been a partner with Norton Rose Fulbright since 1986. His general tax practice focuses on partnerships, oil and gas, real estate, acquisitions and dispositions, tax-exempt organizations and work with the Internal Revenue Service. He also assists clients in bankruptcy and financially troubled commercial transactions.