Nathaniel K. “Nathan” MacPherson – “The Young Lawyer” – is admitted to practice law on two continents and his clients have ranged from foreign finance ministries and major global banks, to a publicly traded company and a bank director, to homeowners with civil and criminal foreclosure issues, to pastors, churches, and family businesses targeted by IRS.
Nathan regularly travels the country and talks on the radio and has presented around the State of Alaska, including to the Governor and members of the State House and State Senate, regarding the Constitutional issues surrounding the Common Core.
Watch Nathan speaking at the Mat-Su Common Core Symposium held on January 13, 2015, in Palmer, Alaska. The event was hosted by Alaska State Representative Lora Reinbold, Chair of the Regulatory Review Committee and Vice-Chair of the House Education Committee.
Mac MacPherson – “The Courtroom Commando” – has been practicing law for over 35 years and is the only attorney in the world board certified by a state bar as a specialist in both tax law and criminal law.
Mac has tried over 55 criminal tax cases in 25 states and was on the Criminal Justice Act panel for criminal appeals to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for nearly three decades, where he was counsel on over 150 cases. Trial of a criminal tax case requires knowledge of and experience with criminal law, trials and appeals, and tax law.
Because of his extensive litigation experience, together with his strong military background and West Point, Airborne, Ranger, Infantry, Jumpmaster, Special Forces “take no prisoners” attitude, it should not be surprising that, despite the small size of his firm, Mac was called upon to represent two governors, three state senators, CIA operatives, and a major U.S. airline.