Robinson Bradshaw’s corporate and partnership tax practice is an integral part of the firm’s representation of business clients. We have broad experience in federal, state and international taxation, including the tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, real estate ventures, LLCs and partnerships, financings, workouts, municipal bonds, and audits and tax litigation. We serve as tax counsel to individuals in a variety of businesses and professions and represent a large number of tax-exempt entities.

We assist clients in the following tax areas:

  • Stock and asset acquisitions
  • Structuring LLCs and partnerships
  • Tax audits, litigation and other controversies
  • Tax-free mergers and reorganizations
  • Buyout, venture capital and other investment funds
  • Solar energy investment funds
  • Choice-of-entity analysis
  • Real estate transactions
  • Like-kind exchanges
  • Structuring financings
  • Financial instruments
  • Debt workouts
  • Executive compensation, including stock options, other incentive compensation and dealing with limitations on deductions
  • State taxation
  • Organizing and advising tax-exempt entities and obtaining 501(c)(3) determination rulings
  • Tax-exempt bonds, including financings for governmental units, exempt hospitals and educational institutions, and exempt facilities
  • International taxation
  • Family partnerships, including gifting and valuation issues
  • Obtaining private letter rulings
  • Structuring litigation settlements
  • General tax planning

Honors & Awards

  • Chambers USA, tax, 2024
  • Best Law FirmsCharlotte Tier 1 for tax law, 2011-12, 2016-18, 2022-24; Charlotte Tier 1 for litigation - tax, 2014-24


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