Bill helps clients tackle the tax complexities inherent in their US and international corporate affairs. In mergers and acquisitions, often with a cross-border dimension, he helps to develop customized structural solutions that best accommodate the tax needs of sellers or facilitate future tax savings for acquirers. He also provides tax opinions in respect of tax-free transactions.
Global clients with internal structuring projects look to Bill for tax guidance, practical advice, and the judgment that comes from more than 30 years of experience. He also leads teams that provide advice on the US and non-US tax laws that apply to the ownership and use of intellectual property and supply chain optimization.
Bill serves as principal outside tax counsel to several US public companies and as principal US tax counsel to several non-US companies. He also advises non-US companies forming or recapitalizing US subsidiaries and branches. He is well known for bringing insight to tax controversies and transfer pricing issues.
Bill's combination of reputation, know-how and experience enables him to help clients to save taxes, avoid risk and achieve their business goals without tax friction.