CO-CHAIR, TAX, BENEFITS, AND PRIVATE CLIENT PRACTICE GROUP
Cory Jacobs concentrates his practice in the areas of business tax law and general corporate law. He advises a broad range of individual and business taxpayers in the technology, manufacturing, healthcare, energy, financial services, sports, and consumer products industries. He regularly provides strategic advice in matters relating to:
- Tax-efficient structuring of mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, reorganizations, spin-offs, redemptions, and liquidations
- Use of partnerships, S corporations, and limited liability companies
- Issuances of equity-based compensation
Cory regularly represents private equity firms, public companies, family-owned businesses, and entrepreneurs. His diverse, multi-industry experience yields a tailored, business-minded approach when advising clients on sophisticated tax issues. Cory has taught numerous corporate and partnership tax classes at Rutgers Camden Law School and Villanova University School of Law. His tax practice is enhanced by his CPA experience as a senior tax consultant in Deloitte & Touche’s international and domestic tax practices.
Chambers USA notes that Cory is “praised by clients for his ‘real-time, actionable feedback and deep understanding of the tax code’” and that he is described as “practical, creative and a strong advocate for the client.”
Outside the Firm
Cory served on the Board of Directors of the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He also served on the Board of Managers for the Katz Jewish Community Center in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and is the former vice chairman of the JCC Camps in Medford, New Jersey.