Mr. Tejeda counsels clients on a wide range of tax matters associated with domestic and international business transactions. He focuses his practice primarily on tax planning in connection with inbound and outbound investments; cross-border financings; domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions; multinational IP planning; advising US based clients with regards to Subpart F; corporate and tax aspects of joint ventures and other partnership issues; hedge fund and private equity fund structures; tax planning with respect to the tax consequences of overseas operations of U.S. multi-nationals; and internal reorganizations. In addition, Mr. Tejeda has represented clients on contested matters with the Internal Revenue Service and similar state taxing authorities, as well as advising clients on Opportunity Zones (OZs) developments established by Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Adam J. Tejeda
Adam Tejeda is a partner with K&L Gates in New York, and he has been named a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for his contributions to content around Opportunity Zone Investments. The tax impact this piece of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has on investors and real estate developers is his main focus. Contributed along with his colleagues Edward Dartley and Mary Burke Baker, Tejeda's content, and the timely analysis, about this major piece of legislation, provides our readers with the information they need.