Jeffrey Rosenfeld concentrates his practice in the area of business tax law. He counsels public and private corporations, partnerships, and individuals in a broad array of tax matters including:
- domestic and international tax matters
- state and local tax planning
- tax-efficient structuring of domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, reorganizations, spin-offs, redemptions, and liquidations
- formation, operation, and acquisition of Subchapter S corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies
- federal, state, and local criminal and civil tax controversies, including audits, administrative appeals, and litigation
- issuances of equity-based compensation
Jeffrey counsels corporate clients and individuals regarding undeclared foreign bank accounts, including “FBAR” reporting obligations, and has represented numerous clients in the Internal Revenue Service’s Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program.
Jeffrey is a frequent contributor to Blank Rome’s Tax Controversy Watch blog, which focuses on addressing and providing a comprehensive review of the latest developments in the tax controversy field.
Jeffrey obtained his L.L.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law in 2012. During the 2009–2010 academic year, Jeffrey was a graduate editor for the NYU Journal of Law & Business. While in law school, he volunteered as a tax preparer for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (“VITA”), and was a student counselor for the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic.
Jeffrey also has digital currencies industry experience, including:
- Formation of entities to be engaged in the digital currencies space
- Negotiation, drafting and documentation of governing documents (such as limited liability company agreement) for entities engaged in the digital currencies space
- Compensation and other issues concerning the issuance of digital currencies or the grant of digital currencies to service providers
- Federal income tax consequences associated with the purchase, sale or exchange of digital currencies