Eric J. Kodesch has joined Lane Powell as a Shareholder on the Tax Team in the Portland office.
Kodesch counsels clients on a wide array of federal income tax, and state and local tax issues in both transactional and litigation matters, including general business planning, financial transactions, trust taxation, executive compensation and choice of entity issues.
For state and local matters, Kodesch assists clients with obtaining tax incentives such as property tax exemptions for new investments and in resolving audits, even when litigation is necessary. He provides experience for navigating these friendly or adversarial situations. Kodesch also regularly represents clients in the Oregon Tax Court in controversies involving Oregon corporation excise tax and property tax.
For international transactions, Kodesch provides guidance to help clients structure cross-border transactions and comply with domestic and global tax regulations. He delivers clarity to an otherwise confusing array of anti-deferral and other rules.
Kodesch received his J.D. from Columbia Law School and his B.A. in History, summa cum laude, from The George Washington University. He is admitted to practice in Oregon and New York.
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