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Loeb & Loeb LLP 

A Limited Liability Partnership including Professional Corporations

New York, New York Office
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345 Park Avenue
New York, New York  10154

(New York Co.)

Telephone: 212-407-4000
Facsimile: 212-407-4990

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About this office:

Loeb & Loeb LLP is a multi-service national law firm with more than 300 attorneys and offices in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Nashville, Washington, DC, Beijing and Hong Kong. The firm is recognized as a leading law firm in the areas of securities offerings; mergers and acquisitions; litigation; entertainment and media; finance; real estate; intellectual property; private equity; employment; advertising and promotions and tax and wealth services. The firm represents multi-national, Fortune 100 companies in the firm's core practice areas, and serves as primary outside counsel to a multitude of mid-market clients. The firm also represents high tech start-ups and high net worth individuals and families.


Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Advertising and PromotionsBankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors' Rights
Branded EntertainmentCommercial Finance
Commercial Real Estate LeasingConsumer Brands and Retail
Corporate GovernanceCorporate Media and Entertainment
Corporate and SecuritiesEmerging Media
Employment and LaborEntertainment and Media
Financial ServicesHigh Net Worth Families
IP SecuritizationIP and Entertainment Litigation
Intellectual PropertyLife Sciences, Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals
LitigationMarketing and Advertising Regulatory
Mergers and AcquisitionsMortgage Industry Service Team
PrivacyPrivate Equity
Real EstateSecurities
Securities Litigation and ArbitrationSpecial Purpose Acquisitions Companies (SPACS)
SportsStructured Finance and Securitization
Technology and OutsourcingTelevision
TheatreTrust and Estate Litigation
Trusts and EstatesWhite Collar Criminal Defense, Corporate Compliance and Investigations

Statement of Practice Summary:
Advanced Media and Technology; Advertising Law; Antitrust Law; Appellate Practice; Banking Law; Bankruptcy Law; Civil Litigation; Corporate Securities Law (including Special Purpose Acquisition Companies - SPACs); Emerging Media; Entertainment Law; Entertainment Finance; Environmental Law; Fashion and Luxury Brands; General Corporate Law; Healthcare Law; Intellectual Property Law; International Law; Labor and Employment Law; Land Use and Regulatory Affairs; Mergers and Acquisitions; Real Estate Law; Talent; Tax Law; Tax Exempt Organizations Law; Technology and Outsourcing; Patents, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition; Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probates; White Collar Criminal Investigation.

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Another Tax Court Reversal Before the Ninth Circuit
Thomas N. Lawson,Alan J. Tarr, January 29, 2015
The Tax Court did not have a good quarter in the United States Court of Appeals. Estate of Natale B. Giustina v. Commissioner (9th Cir., December 1, 2014) represents another reversal of the Tax Court, this time by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. As in the Elkins case, the Ninth Circuit reversed...

Case Update: Court Finds that Taxpayer Who Sold a Contract Right to Purchase Land Realized Capital Gain Income
Thomas N. Lawson,Alan J. Tarr, January 29, 2015
Only a taxpayer selling a “capital asset” may realize capital gain income on the sale of property and benefit from the lower tax rate that applies to this income. Also, the taxpayer must have held the capital asset for more than one year. Only property or a property right can be treated...

Case Update: Taxpayer’s Deduction for Interest Capitalized in Loan Restructuring is Disallowed
Thomas N. Lawson,Alan J. Tarr, January 29, 2015
In Copeland (TC Memo 2014-226), an October 2014 U.S. Tax Court case, the taxpayer fell behind on his residential mortgage loan and negotiated a loan restructuring with his mortgage lender. In connection with the restructuring, the lender increased the loan’s principal balance in an amount...

Year Established: 1909

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