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Willys H. Schneider (04/07/14)
Willys Schneider is a Partner at Kaye Scholer, focusing on tax law. Her practice is broad-based, covering tax issues relating to mergers and acquisitions; formation and operation of REITs, partnerships and limited liability companies; structured finance and securitization; formation of private equity funds; and cross-border transactions. Willys also advises a number of charitable and other tax exempt institutions and currently serves on Kaye Scholer’s Pro Bono Committee. Willys is a member of the Board of Directors of each of the International Tax Institute and Poets & Writers. She currently serves as Director of Legal and Tax Information of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE) and is a member of AFIRE’s Executive Committee. She has also served as an Articles Editor of The Tax Lawyer, the quarterly journal of the Section of Taxation of the American Bar Association.
David Hirsberg (03/28/14)
David Hirsberg is a Partner in the firm’s Tax and Private Clients Group. David’s practice focuses on international tax and succession planning for high net-worth families with family members or financial interests in multiple jurisdictions as well as the financial institutions serving that sector of the market. In advising families, David is heavily involved in foreign grantor trust planning, addressing the myriad of issues commonly encountered with foreign nongrantor trusts and underlying holding vehicles, US inbound/outbound investment structuring, and US pre-immigration and expatriation planning. David also regularly advises on the qualified intermediary rules as well as FATCA.
Brian D. Hans (03/28/14)
Lindsey Briggs (03/28/14)
Ms. Briggs is an Associate in the Private Clients Department of Kaye Scholer's New York office. She has a broad-based practice providing tax, estate and wealth-preservation planning advice for high net-worth US and non-US individuals and families, their family offices and closely held businesses. She focuses her practice on all areas of US and international tax, gift and estate planning, business succession planning, estate and trust administration, cross-border asset protection, tax compliance and reporting matters, and tax-exempt organizations.
Michael Ben-Jacob (03/28/14)
Mr. Ben-Jacob is a Partner in the Private Clients Department of Kaye Scholer’s New York office. His practice focuses on counseling high net-worth individuals, their families, family offices and closely held business on an array of US-based and cross-border wealth planning and preservation matters.
Laurie Abramowitz (03/27/14)
Laurie Abramowitz is a Partner and Chair of Kaye Scholer’s Tax Department. She handles all aspects of tax work for corporations, partnerships, high-net-worth individuals and tax-exempt organizations. Her practice is broad-based and involves tax planning for a wide variety of transactions and structuring, negotiating and documenting complex corporate transactions and private equity structures, including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, reorganizations, financing transactions, private and public debt and equity offerings and restructurings, many of which have international implications.
Sydney E. Unger (03/25/14)
Sydney Unger is the former Chair of the Tax Department. He practices in the area of tax law with a concentration in renewable energy, corporate and joint venture matters. He has considerable experience in working with clients in renewable energy project financing, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring and bankruptcy workouts, leveraged leasing transactions and IRS and New York controversy matters.
Arthur F. Woodard (03/25/14)
Arthur Woodard's area of concentration is employee benefits and executive compensation matters.
Mary Lou Zwick (03/24/14)
Mary Lou Zwick is counsel in the Employee Benefits/ERISA Practice. Her practice focuses on the representation of privately and publicly held companies in all areas of executive compensation and traditional employee benefits (both pension and welfare benefits).