Carl M. Jenks, Esq is a retired Partner at the Cleveland office of Jones Day. Mr. Jenks also served as Chairman of General Tax practice at Jones Day. He has been responsible for Jones Day's tax advice to clients in a number of significant transactions. He has also represented debtors and creditors in a number of recent bankruptcy proceedings, including those involving LTV Steel, Dow Corning, Montgomery Ward, and Loewen. His practice also involved extensive representation of privately held companies and venture capital firms, both in Cleveland and in New York. He is tax counsel of record in several important tax cases, including the Elder-Beerman decision on the taxability of tenant allowances and the Federated decision on the deductibility of "break-up" fees.
J.D. from Harvard Law School (1980)
Ph.D., Duke University (1979)
M.A., Duke University (1973)
B.A., Carleton College (1967)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
The Portfolio, Corporate Bankruptcy analyzes the tax issues that arise when a corporation files for bankruptcy and does so in the chronological order in which those issues arise in a typical case.
The Portfolio, Corporate Bankruptcy - Special Topics, looks at certain unique tax issues that may arise in connection with a bankruptcy.