Jay was previously head of the corporate tax practice at a leading tax law firm. Prior to that, he worked as an attorney in the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) National Office. While at the IRS, Jay drafted corporate tax regulations and other published guidance such as private letter rulings addressing complex public company transactions.
For more than a decade in the private sector, Jay has advised major public companies and private equity firms on tax-efficient structuring of complex acquisitions and dispositions. In the past five years, Jay has advised on more than $100 billion of public company transactions.
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