Jim Chudy focuses his practice on the tax-related aspects of M&A, restructurings, spin-offs, joint ventures and securities offerings for domestic and international clients across industries. He has significant experience in private equity and cross-border investments, bankruptcy reorganizations and workouts, lending, and other corporate finance transactions.
He has lectured and written on the federal income tax aspects of M&A for professional groups including the ABA and PLI and has authored articles on that topic for numerous publications.
J.D., Harvard Law School (1984)
B.S., Mathematics and Physics, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1981) with honors
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
This Portfolio analyzes in detail the elections under §338(g) and §338(h)(10), available when a purchasing corporation makes a "qualified stock purchase" of a target corporation.