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Tax
OVERVIEW

Maynard Cooper’s tax attorneys are experienced in advising and representing clients concerning all types of federal, state/local and foreign taxes.  They assist publicly traded, privately held and tax-exempt entities with developing tax strategies that comply with the taxing authorities as well as protect and preserve their assets. Members of Maynard’s Tax Practice provide general tax planning advice, tax consulting on business and personal activities and transactions, and tax controversy counseling and representation.

With 18 full-time tax attorneys – 15 with Masters of Law in Taxation and two with Masters of Accountancy – Maynard is prepared to handle any tax issue or problem, no matter how complex.

Our services include:

  • Tax planning in structuring mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations, spin-offs and joint ventures
  • Partnership taxation
  • State and local taxation
  • Non-profit taxation
  • Executive compensation
  • Equity incentive plans
  • Intellectual property transactions
  • Entity selection
  • International tax issues
  • Real estate tax issues
  • Tax controversy

Types of clients include:

  • Public and private corporations
  • Limited liability companies and partnerships
  • Individuals
  • Joint ventures
  • Private equity funds
  • Venture capitalists
  • Family owned businesses
  • Emerging technology companies
  • Tax-exempt organizations

 

May 29, 2020
New Electronic Disclosure Rules Complement Deadline Delays Due to COVID-19

A new safe harbor for electronic disclosures released by the Employee Benefits Security Administration (“EBSA”) complements earlier guidance released by EBSA, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), and the Department of Treasury (“Treasury”).  Together, these regulatory releases provide welcome relief for…

May 28, 2020
The SEC Adopts Reforms to its Financial Disclosure Requirements for Business Acquisitions and Dispositions

On May 21, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted amendments to its financial disclosure requirements under Regulation S-X (Reg. S-X) for acquisitions and dispositions of businesses by public companies. The amendments1 are intended to improve the financial information…