Robert Wentland is the practice leader of Navigant’s tax controversy services group. In addition to his leadership responsibilities, he provides expert witness and forensic accounting services for complex and high-profile tax controversy matters, internal accounting investigations, U.S. government accounting investigations, and commercial litigation disputes. Wentland has presented his findings to management committees, regulators, and state and federal courts, including the U.S. Tax Court. He began his professional career with Arthur Andersen, where he held various positions, including partner. In 2002, Wentland moved to Navigant, where he has held various positions, including his current practice leadership role.
Notable tax controversy trials in which Wentland has participated or provided testimony include:
Wentland is active in the Chicago community. He is on the board of directors of the Catholic Education Foundation and is a former trustee for Navigant’s Lending-a-Hand Foundation. Rob is also active in various initiatives at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church in Hinsdale, Illinois.