Fortune 25 clients, owners of closely held businesses, corporations with domestic and international operations, technology companies, real estate developers and syndicators, and high-net-worth individuals. He has extensive experience with a broad range of tax issues relating to corporate and partnership taxation and specializes in high-level research, transaction analysis, and structuring.
Prior to joining the Firm, Tom spent 10 years at a Big Four accounting firm, worked as a strategic planner for a Fortune 100 company, and had experience as an entrepreneur. He regularly lectures on REITs, tax issues regarding commercial real estate transactions, and partnership structuring. Tom currently teaches a class in real estate taxation for Georgetown University’s Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate program.