Michael Bloom provides tax advice on all types of corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, fund formation, special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), and venture capital investments. Michael's practice focuses on domestic matters for partnerships, limited liability companies, joint ventures, corporations (both C and S), and real estate investment trusts (REITs). He regularly advises high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs on federal and state income tax matters, with significant experience advising on New York State and New York City income tax matters.
As a transactional tax attorney, Michael works on matters ranging from sales of family-owned businesses to complex cross-border mergers and acquisitions involving publicly traded corporations. As a tax controversy attorney, he has represented both individual clients in small audit matters and publicly traded corporate clients in tax disputes with amounts at issue in excess of $100 million. Michael has significant experience representing REITs in matters before federal and state taxing authorities.