Jerred G. Blanchard, Jr. focuses his practice on federal income tax matters arising in connection with taxable and tax-free domestic and cross-border acquisitions and dispositions, the filing of consolidated returns, bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings (e.g., preservation and use of debtor tax attributes), and tax-free divisive transactions. He also has experience in partnership transactions.
Prior to joining McDermott, Jerred assisted in structuring several large dispositive and acquisitive corporate transactions and in contesting asserted federal income tax deficiencies involving complex subchapter C and consolidated return issues.
Jerred frequently writes and speaks on various corporate tax topics and is the principal co-author of Federal Income Taxation of Corporations Filing Consolidated Returns, a well-known consolidated return treatise.
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