DarrowEverett’s tax attorneys work with a broad range of clients, including energy companies, real estate investors and developers, private equity firms, financial institutions, large privately held manufacturers, construction businesses, tax-exempt organizations, and other non-profits, and high net worth individuals.
We provide federal, state, and local income tax planning advice on a wide variety of transactions. The DE Tax team also represents clients before the IRS and state departments of revenue in an array of matters. The team works closely with DarrowEverett’s other transactional practices to coordinate the tax and business aspects of every transaction. Because the tax laws are constantly changing, our tax attorneys also monitor proposed legislative and regulatory actions at the federal and state level to give our clients up-to-the-minute guidance.
DE’s Tax practice provides counsel and assistance on a variety of matters, including, but not limited to:
- Mergers, Acquisitions, Divestitures, Financings, and Restructurings
- Partnership & LLC Formation and Operation
- Capital Markets
- Property Tax
- Real Estate Transaction Taxes
- Financial Products
- Opportunity Zones
- VAT & Other Indirect Taxes
Julie M. Bradlow is a Partner and the Practice Leader for DarrowEverett’s Tax, and a Practice Leader for its Government Investigations Practice Groups. Her background encompasses federal, state, and international tax planning, tax controversy, employee benefits, executive compensation, corporate law, and regulatory matters. Together with an understanding of such broad-based subject matter, Julie brings practical experience to solving complex problems for her clients....
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