Mr. Child joined the firm in 2018.
Mr. Child has advised businesses and high-net-worth individuals on a variety of domestic and international tax matters, including the tax aspects of:
•mergers and acquisitions by domestic and foreign investors, in public and private transactions;
•investments in real property, including through the use of REITs, for private investors and sovereign wealth funds;
•complex financing transactions for domestic and foreign investors and multinational financial institutions; and
•the formation and operation of joint ventures, hedge funds, and portfolio company structures for private equity funds.
Mr. Child was a member of the University of Chicago Law Review. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Child practiced at an international law firm in New York City.
•10 Caplin & Drysdale Attorneys Contribute to ABA's Annual Section of Taxation Midyear Meeting , January 3, 2019
•Caplin & Drysdale Welcomes Josiah Child to Its New York Office , February 20, 2018
Recent Speaking Engagements
•Moderator, 360 Degree Perspective: U.S. Withholding and Global Information Reporting, ABA Section of Taxation, 2019 ABA Midyear Meeting, January 17, 2019
• Proposed Regulations Under Section 956 , with H. David Rosenbloom and Jonathan S. Brenner, Caplin & Drysdale Client Alert, November 6, 2018
• Navigating QBAI Quirks of the GILTI Regulations , with J. Clark Armitage and Jonathan S. Brenner, Bloomberg Tax, Tax Management International Journal, November 5, 2018
• SPECIAL REPORT: The Nitty-Gritty of FDII , with Jonathan S. Brenner, Tax Notes, October 22, 2018
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