Joseph M. Doloboff concentrates his practice in mergers and acquisitions, with a particular emphasis on tax law, and brings 30 years of experience in both the public and private sectors, including working with clients in the high-technology, healthcare, communications, real estate, retail, and entertainment industries.
Joseph assists his clients with all forms of business transactions, including general business tax advice on mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions for corporations and partnerships; federal, state, and international tax planning and controversies; drafting of stock and asset purchase agreements, as well as partnership and LLC agreements, and executive compensation issues. He has significant experience in cross-border planning for maximum tax efficiencies, as well as extensive experience in all facets of transactional planning. Joseph also is well-versed in the special challenges facing corporations with significant net operating losses.
Joseph is also a member of our Firm's Opportunity Zone Group and is equipped to provide clients with current advice on the recent Opportunity Zone tax benefits.
Joseph is the former Deputy Tax Legislative Counsel for the U.S. Department of Treasury, and a frequent author and lecturer on corporate and tax issues. He has spoken, inter alia, before the Mergers and Acquisitions magazine annual conference; ALI-ABA conferences on business combinations, the NYU Tax Institute, the PLI Corporate Tax Program, the Tax Executives Institute, and the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Tax Association.