Mr. Wexler's practice focuses primarily on the areas of tax and corporate matters for nonprofits and their donors.
Before joining Adler & Colvin, Mr. Wexler practiced with two different San Francisco law firms from 1985 through 1992 as a tax lawyer representing exempt organizations, as well as individuals, corporations, and partnerships.
Mr. Wexler is a board member of Benetech, and he has taught nonprofit law at Stanford Law School. Mr. Wexler is a member of the American Law Institute and advisor on ALI's Restatement of Nonprofit Law. He is a member of the American Bar Association, and an active participant in the Tax Section's Exempt Organization Committee, where he recently served as Chair of the Committee.
J.D., Columbia University
B.A., Brown University
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Social Enterprise by Non-Profits and Hybrid Organizations (Portfolio 489)
Tax Management Portfolio, Social Enterprise by Non-Profits and Hybrid Organizations, No. 489, analyzes the unique federal income tax and state law issues affecting the relationships between social entrepreneurship and tax-exempt organizations.
Private Foundations — Investment Income Tax and Jeopardy Investments (Sections 4940 and 4944) (Portfolio 468)
Tax Management Portfolio 468: Private Foundations – Investment Income Tax and Jeopardy Investments (Sections 4940 and 4944), discusses in detail the excise taxes imposed under §4940 upon investment income of private foundations and under §4944 upon private foundation investments that jeopardize the organization's charitable purposes.