David A. Sausen is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Tax Department. His practice is broad-based, covering tax issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, partnerships and limited liability companies, investment funds, leveraged leasing transactions, sovereign wealth funds, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and cross-border transactions. He has substantial experience in working with clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and partnership restructurings, investment fund formations and restructurings, and IRS and New York tax controversy matters.
In addition, David has considerable experience in forming and advising tax-exempt organizations on various issues including private inurement, self-dealing, unrelated business taxable income, and excess benefit transactions. In 2014 he was honored by the New York State Bar Association with its President’s Pro Bono Service Award for his longstanding commitment to helping nonprofit organizations achieve and maintain tax-exempt status. David also serves on the Pro Bono Committee at Kaye Scholer.
In the Market
- IRS Issues Proposed Regulations on Publicly Traded Partnership Qualifying Income May 19, 2015
- Tax Alert: IRS Issues Proposed Regulations on Publicly Traded Partnership Qualifying Income May 11, 2015
- Kaye Scholer Advises on $2.5 Billion Asset-Based Loan Facility for United Rentals March 31, 2015