Cadwalader's Tax Practice is notable for its sophistication and diversity as well as its crucial role in the firm's transactional practices, including:
Structuring of complex domestic and cross-border deals;
Resolution of special tax issues of troubled and insolvent corporations and other entities;
Structuring, documentation and execution of complex, tax-advantaged securities transactions and products; and
Tax controversy matters.
Our tax attorneys are recognized for both their original thinking and results-oriented approach, and with international expertise in U.S. and UK tax law, we routinely represent domestic and multinational corporations, private equity and other investment firms, investment banks and other parties in sophisticated transactions that involve extensive analysis and innovative deal structuring.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Tax Practice at Cadwalader