Kevin J. Feeley focuses his practice on the taxation of complex transactions, with particular emphasis on structuring and implementing partnership and limited liability company transactions, including joint ventures and private equity investments. In addition, Kevin has extensive experience in structuring mergers and acquisitions, tax-free reorganizations, recapitalizations and restructurings of financially troubled companies. He also has advised closely held companies, family offices, S corporations and cooperative organizations on tax planning issues and strategies.
Kevin advises sponsors of and investors in private equity funds, hedge funds and other alternative investment structures. His work for sponsors includes advising on the acquisitions and dispositions of portfolio companies, and structuring roll-over equity for sellers, partnership equity compensation arrangements for management, and blocker arrangements for tax-exempt and foreign investors. He also counsels a number of large pension funds and university endowments on the tax implications of alternative investments.
Kevin has authored a number of articles and is a frequent lecturer on federal tax topics, having spoken before a number of professional organizations and trade associations, including Tax Executives Institute (TEI) chapter meetings and the Chicago Tax Club. While in law school, he was executive editor of the Law Review. Kevin has also been an adjunct faculty member at Chicago Kent College of Law and DePaul University School of Law.
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