Greg, a partner of the firm, joined Greene Radovsky Maloney Share & Hennigh LLP in October of 2005. Greg specializes in federal and state income tax law in the corporate, individual, and pass-through entity context. He has substantial experience representing clients in a wide range of transactions, including stock and asset acquisitions, mergers, and the formation of corporations, partnerships, and LLCs. Greg also advises individuals and businesses in a variety of tax and legal issues, with a special emphasis on Section 1031 like-kind exchanges and nonqualified deferred compensation (including Section 409A).
RECENT SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND PUBLICATIONS
- Maximizing the Tax Benefits for Construction Allowances and Leasehold Improvements”, 2016 CalCPA Federal, State, Local and International Taxation Conference (November 2016).
- California Practice Guide: Pass-Through Entities (The Rutter Group), consulting editor, tax materials.
- “Construction Allowances & Leasehold Improvements: Maximizing the Tax Benefits”, Real Estate Advice Series, (May 2016).
- “Surviving Tax: The Hidden Tax Traps and Opportunities in Your Shopping Center Transactions”, 2015 U.S. Shopping Center Law Conference (October 2015).