- Distressed Transactions Get More Creative – Expect to see more companies in need of creative financing solutions, and investors who are specialized in distressed situations. Companies will need to think
Noam Lipshitz focuses his practice on U.S. federal income tax matters, with an emphasis on corporate and partnership transactions. He is experienced handling the tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, investment partnerships, joint ventures, debt and equity restructurings and securities offerings. His clients include private equity funds, venture capital funds, private and public companies, REITs, individuals and tax-exempt organizations.
Section 338(h)(10) of the Internal Revenue Code can provide significant tax benefits to a buyer of 80% or more of a target corporation. A 338(h)(10) election allows a buyer of…
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When reviewing U.S. stock option plans for our foreign clients, we are constantly asked to explain the difference in tax consequences between incentive stock option (ISO) plans and nonqualified…
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