Cristin Keane has extensive and varied experience with closely-held businesses, high net-worth individuals, and not-for-profit organizations. Cristin's experience with closely-held businesses includes limited liability company and S corporation agreement negotiation and drafting, succession planning, federal income, and estate tax matters, ISO and nonqualified stock option plan analysis and drafting, and Section 409A deferred compensation analysis. She represents individuals with respect to their wealth and estate planning needs, particularly with respect to estates containing business interests. Her representation of not-for-profit organizations includes all facets of federal income taxation and state taxation, as well as contract matters and governance issues.
Cristin has experience in drafting a variety of corporate and unincorporated entity agreements, including shareholders’ agreements, partnership agreements, limited liability company operating agreements, distribution agreements, bylaws, redemption agreements, and limited liability company membership interest assignment agreements. She also advises and assists not-for-profit organization clients with preparation of organization documents and corporate governance policies, federal and state tax exemptions and compliance, regulatory agency and reporting requirements, and the creation of donor-advised funds and endowments.
Cristin is board certified in Tax Law by The Florida Bar and she was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Florida Graduate Tax Law Program.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Cristin Conley Keane