Steven E. Plotnick concentrates in both cross-border and domestic taxation with respect to structuring (or restructuring) corporate and partnership operations, including business and real property acquisitions, joint ventures, leasing, reorganizations and liquidations.
His practice includes counseling domestic and foreign businesses and individuals with respect to cross-border acquisitions and financings, tax treaty matters, portfolio interest exemption, Passive Foreign Investment Companies (PFICs), Controlled Foreign Corporations (CFCs), foreign tax credits, the use of trusts and disregarded entities as investment vehicles, and withholding and reporting issues, including the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Steven’s experience in this regard also includes providing opinion letters and seeking advance rulings from the IRS.
Steven was formerly a Law Partner at Rosenman & Colin LLP and a member of its Tax Department and the Aviation Industry, Financial Markets Regulation and Media & Communications Practice Groups.
Steven is an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York Law School teaching Partnership Taxation.