Edwin I. Josephson

Edwin Josephson Tax Attorney Chuhak and Tecson
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Professional Biography

As principal and practice group leader of the firm's Corporate Transactions and Business Law group, Ed Josephson brings a powerful set of credentials to the table in representing entrepreneurs that need sound business counsel. 

As a certified public accountant and business attorney, Ed is able to go beyond traditional legal services in identifying and resolving business issues. He focuses his law practice on general corporate, tax law and estate planning, representing more than 200 entrepreneurial businesses, and Ed often serves as the outside-inside general counsel for middle market businesses that do not have a general counsel. He has represented many of his clients in the acquisition and disposition of multi-million-dollar companies to some of the nation’s largest conglomerates, including Fortune 100 companies. He also represents lender institutions in structuring secured loan transactions with borrowers.

Ed often serves as a member of the senior management team for business clients. He is able to assist clients in developing and implementing business plans, including succession and strategic planning, using his business acumen and managerial experience.

In addition to being the practice group leader of the firm's Corporate Transactions and Business Law group, Ed has served on the firm's Compensation, Management and Recruitment Committees and was a member of the Space Lead Team for the firm’s location move in 2022. He is also past chair of the Chicago Bar Association Federal Tax Committee Division C. He is a frequent speaker and author on issues of taxation to accounting and business organizations and publications. Ed is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Tax Court.

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