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Bradley’s Tax Practice Group offers a broad range of services covering all aspects of federal, state, and local taxation laws for individuals and businesses. Our tax attorneys serve a diverse client base, including:
Our attorneys have direct experience in handling the unique tax issues of a wide range of industries, including:
Our attorneys have extensive experience in:
More than half of the partners in the Tax Practice Group are elected Fellows in either the American College of Tax Counsel or the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, both of which are elite groups of nationally recognized tax or trust and estate attorneys.
Our attorneys advise clients with respect to state tax considerations for structuring the ownership and operation of businesses. We counsel on business transactions, incentives, and related exemptions and grants; governmental affairs; tax controversy and litigation with state and local governments; and voluntary compliance negotiations.
More information about our State and Local Tax (SALT) practice can be found here.
We provide tax consultation to businesses in a number of areas:
Executive compensation and incentive compensation plans – Bradley’s attorneys provide comprehensive counsel regarding compensation, benefits, and severance for executives and other senior-level employees through all phases of employment.More information about our corporate tax representation practice can be found here.
The Tax Practice Group includes experienced trust and estate attorneys who represent owners of closely held businesses, corporate executives, highly compensated employees, retirees, and other individuals in all aspects of estate planning. Services in this area include assisting clients in transferring assets to family members, preserving wealth, and minimizing taxation.
More information about our Trust and Estates practice can be found here.
Our tax attorneys have substantial experience in helping clients resolve disputes with state and local governments, as well as the Internal Revenue Service, and with representing clients at all administrative levels, from audit through administrative appeals. In partnership with members of our Litigation Practice Group, we represent clients in state trial and appellate courts, the U.S. Tax Court, Federal District Court, and Federal Appellate Courts.
More information about our tax controversy resolution practice can be found here.
We advise public and private nonprofit organizations – including private foundations, public charities, religious and educational organizations, and nonprofit healthcare providers – with respect to organizational and operational tax issues. Our attorneys also advise tax-exempt organizations on issues specific to mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions, as well as joint ventures between nonprofit tax-exempt organizations and for-profit organizations.
More information about our Tax-Exempt Organizations practice can be found here.