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Joseph Doloboff

Partner
Blank Rome LLP

Joseph M. Doloboff concentrates his practice in mergers and acquisitions, with a particular emphasis on tax law, and brings over 30 years of experience in both the public and private sectors, including working with clients in the high-technology, healthcare, communications, retail, and entertainment industries.

Mr. Doloboff assists his clients with all forms of business transactions, including general business tax advice on mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions for corporations and partnerships; federal, state, and international tax planning and controversies; drafting of stock and asset purchase agreements, as well as partnership and LLC agreements, and executive compensation issues. He has significant experience in cross-border planning for maximum tax efficiencies, as well as extensive experience in all facets of transactional planning. Mr. Doloboff also is well-versed in the special challenges facing corporations with significant net operating losses.

Mr. Doloboff is the former Deputy Tax Legislative Counsel for the U.S. Department of Treasury, and a frequent author and lecturer on corporate and tax issues. He has spoken, inter alia, before the Mergers and Acquisitions magazine annual conference; ALI-ABA conferences on business combinations, the NYU Tax Institute, the PLI Corporate Tax Program, the Tax Executives Institute, and the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Tax Association.

Mr. Doloboff is a member of the Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Corporate Taxation Advisory Board, and a former adjunct professor at Loyola Law School. He has been named one of the finest cross-border tax lawyers by International Tax Review magazine, and is the author of three BNA Tax Management portfolios covering various Federal corporate tax issues.

Education:
J.D., Harvard Law School cum laude
B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios

  • Redemptions (Portfolio 767)

    The Portfolio, Redemptions, discusses the tax effects of a stock redemption both to the redeeming corporation and to the redeemed shareholder and analyzes the categories of §302.

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