Regina Staudacher

Regina Staudacher

Regina Staudacher


Howard & Howard Attorneys

Gina’s practice concentrates on the areas of strategic tax planning and dispute resolution for companies with global operations and multistate activities, including the IRS and various state taxing agencies. She works closely with clients to maximize global tax and economic incentives, as well as financial structures to facilitate corporate growth and relocation projects. These projects involve all aspects of credits and incentives including Opportunity Zone planning, Research Tax Credits, New Markets Tax Credits, Department of Energy ATVM loans, Historic Tax Credits, Energy Tax Credits, property tax abatements, and endless state and local tax and economic programs designed to attract and retain businesses and job growth. We’ve successfully secured over $1 billion in tax benefits for our clients. Gina manages a team of attorneys focused on corporate incentive projects across the country for both public and private companies that range from complex corporate structures to startups.

Her practice has attracted national attention for its creativity and results-oriented focus. We have obtained more than $1 billion in direct cash benefits for our clients in nearly every state, as well as many foreign jurisdictions, to secure economic and tax benefits in the form of significant cash grants, tax credits, and refunds. Our approach is successful due to our intentional collaboration between multiple disciplines of law, including finance, tax, real estate, intellectual property, employment, technology, and other fields of practice that match the stated goals of the project.Gina also manages IRS and state tax examinations for both public and private companies, achieving phenomenal results for our clients. Our methodology on exam is strategic and focuses on a process that matches the client’s situation along with decades of experience and relationships within the IRS, treasury, and many state taxing agencies.Gina is an executive board member of InForum, an organization that combines professional development, executive networking, and original research to accelerate careers for women to make a positive impact on the business environment.

She is also a member of the prestigious organization, The International Women’s Forum (IWF), which centers on advancing female leadership across careers, cultures, and continents by connecting the world’s most preeminent women of significant and diverse achievement. The IWF brings together an unprecedented global membership to exchange ideas, learn and inspire, and promote better leadership for a changing world.

She further supports and mentors the Michigan Warriors Hockey Program (MWHP) nonprofit organization, which was created to provide free educational and developmental hockey programs for disabled veterans as a means to create an active and positive network of resources for both male and female veterans.

Gina is a graduate of the Detroit College of Law, J.D., Magna Cum Laude; the University of Michigan, B.A., Cum Laude