With more than 30 years of experience in a wide variety of transactions, Gary brings a unique combination of pragmatism, insight and knowledge to bear on each client's particular needs.
Developing strategies to meet the goals of both the parties to the transaction, as nearly as possible, is a particular focus of his approach to the practice of tax law. He represents publicly traded companies, family enterprises, developers, investors, manufacturers, distributors, inventors, colleges, foreign governments and individuals.
Gary's experience is broader than just income tax planning. It also includes estate and gift tax planning, employment taxes, withholding tax considerations, excise taxes, sale and use taxes and other forms of business taxes. Gary serves as leader of the firm's Federal Tax and Employee Benefits Group.
He also has more than 25 years of experience in immigration work. He has experience in matters that include a variety of visas (H, L, E, TN, B), adjustment of status, advance parole, labor condition applications, labor certification (PERM) and a variety of other matters. Gary also handles waiver applications, loss of conditional permanent resident status and asylum claims.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gary R. Glenn