Alan S. Lederman
Alan Lederman has considerable experience in most aspects of income tax planning and income tax controversies, including those related to international transactions.
His clients range from major multinational corporations to local businesses.
Alan is a nationally known author, and his law review articles have been cited frequently by both government agencies and private practitioners. Alan co-authored an article concerning related party Section 1031 like-kind real estate exchanges that was cited in the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ opinion in the leading Teruya Brothers case; an article concerning the ability of individuals working in combat zones to qualify for the Section 911 income exclusion that was cited in an IRS General Counsel’s Office memorandum from the IRS associate chief counsel (International) to the IRS large and medium size business deputy commissioner (International); and an article concerning captive insurance companies that was cited by a U.S. Congressional Research Service report prepared for the United States Senate Budget Committee.
Alan has spoken at major tax law conferences, both in the U.S. and abroad. He has spoken on FATCA at an ABA conference in Paris and before the Panamanian Banker’s Association in Panama City.