Howard Rothman is the chair of the Kramer Levin’s Tax Department and a member of Kramer Levin’s Executive Committee. He has experience in all aspects of planning for incorporated and unincorporated business entities, including the international, federal and state and local tax aspects of structuring mergers and acquisitions and other complex corporate and real estate transactions, as well as personal planning for high net worth individuals, including gift and estate planning. Mr. Rothman’s expertise touches on several specific areas of tax law, including real estate, corporate finance, entertainment, banking, trusts and estates, apparel and publishing. Mr. Rothman’s particular strength is his ability to use an in-depth knowledge of tax issues and an acute understanding of clients’ business needs to develop creative, practical and efficient solutions. He is the co-author of two tax-related treatises, “Transfers to Controlled Corporations” and “Capital Assets.”
In 2014, Mr. Rothman was named to Turnarounds & Workouts magazine's list of "Bankruptcy Tax Specialists in the Nation's Major Law Firms". He has been recognized by Legal 500 US (2010-2014) and New York Super Lawyers (2006-2014).
LL.M., New York University School of Law (1972)
J.D., Brooklyn Law School (1971)
B.A., City College of New York (1967)
Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
758 T.M., Transfers to Controlled Corporations: General (co-author)
759 T.M., Transfers to Controlled Corporations: Related Problems (co-author)
561 T.M., Capital Assets (co-author)
562 T.M., Capital Assets — Related Issues (co-author)
Howard J. Rothman is a member of the Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Real Estate Advisory Board.
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