Mr. Eule is the Chair of our Corporate and Tax Practice Group, and has more than 35 years of professional experience in counseling business owners and senior executives on all aspects of commercial transactions, with a particular emphasis in the income taxation of such transactions. As part of his practice, he works closely with our clients in analyzing planning, and successfully completing business formations, funding, acquisitions, divestitures, reorganizations, and strategic affiliations.
Mr. Eule is also an adjunct professor of law at both the George Washington University Law School, and the Washington College of Law at American University where he teaches business and tax related courses and was the recipient of the American University Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in an Adjunct Position in 2001. He graduated with highest honors from The George Washington University Law School where he was selected for the Order of the Coif and served as a senior member of the Law Review. He is member of the Editorial Board of Practical Tax Strategies (a publication for tax professionals); a past president of Congregation Beth El of Montgomery County, Maryland; and the author of numerous tax and employee benefits related articles which have appeared in various professional and trade publications.
Order of the Coif. Senior Associate Member, George Washington Law Review. Adjunct Professor of Law, Washington College of Law of American University and George Washington University Law School. Recipient, American University Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in an Adjunct Appointment, May 2001. Editorial Board, Practical Tax Strategies. Past President, Congregation Beth El of Montgomery County, MD. Author of numerous tax and compensation-related articles, including: "Deferral Limits Restrict Planning Options for Employees of Exempt Organizations," Vol. 1, No. 1, The Journal of Taxation of Employee Benefits; "LLCs are Authorized in Most States, but Tax Treatment Remains Uncertain," Vol. 3, No. 5, The Journal of Multistate Taxation 208; "Out of State Mail Order Vendors Need Not Collect Use Taxes - Yet!" Vol. 2, No. 4, The Journal of Multistate Taxation 163; "Some Fringes Are Still Free to S Corporation Owner-Employee," Vol. 48, No. 2 Taxation for Accountants 104; and "Upping the Ante: A Guide to the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982," Vol. 7, No. 1, District Lawyer 28.