Todd Betor advises clients on a broad range of U.S. tax matters, including the federal, international, and state and local tax implications of M&A transactions and internal restructurings. His work includes transaction structuring, modeling, and integration recommendations. He also advises clients on U.S. tax planning and compliance.
Todd also instructs clients on all aspects of state and local tax, including income, franchise, sales and use, telecom, and other transaction taxes. In addition to tax planning, he represents clients in tax controversy and litigation matters, and advises on employment tax withholding, resident status, and other state tax issues for clients with mobile, global workforces. Todd’s state tax practice includes an emphasis on instructing clients on the impact of federal tax provisions on state taxation including GILTI, FDII, and code sections 163(j), 172 and 338.
Prior to joining Winston & Strawn, Todd worked at a global law firm, where he focused on the U.S. tax consequences of M&A transactions, internal reorganizations, and dispositions, as well as instructing and representing clients on all aspects of state and local tax.