Mark Eichler has over 20 years’ experience advising domestic and international clients on the United States federal tax implications of a broad range of commercial transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, bankruptcy reorganizations, stock and debt issuances, and the taxation of partnerships, limited liability companies, S corporations, and real estate investment trusts.
He has a particular focus on counseling foreign and domestic entities on the structuring of international operations, and guiding foreign investors through the tax consequences of investing in U.S. real estate.
In addition to possessing a broad tax law knowledge base, clients appreciate his attention to detail, and responsive, business oriented approach. His services include drafting and reviewing tax provisions in a wide variety of legal agreements such as offering memoranda, operating agreements, merger agreements, purchase and sale agreements, shareholder agreements, employment agreements, service agreements, escrow agreements, loan agreements, and other business related agreements and documentation. He also performs tax due diligence in connection with financial and commercial transactions.
Mark is a former Special Counsel in the tax department of the New York City law firm of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and former lead member of a small team charged with establishing a U.S. tax practice in the Tel Aviv office of Deloitte.
He earned his J.D. cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School, N.Y., where he was a member of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Dean’s List, and a Richardson Scholarship Recipient. Mark also holds a B.S., summa cum laude, in Accounting from CUNY (City University of New York), Brooklyn College, N.Y., where he was the recipient of the Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholarship for general excellence and the Cara Walker Scholarship for excellence in accounting. He is a member of the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society and the Golden Key National Honor Society.