Below is a sample of matters recently handled by Mr. Savitsky:

• Successfully recovered a multi-million dollar refund from the Internal Revenue Service in a matter relating to a bankruptcy dispute.

• Successfully developed a highly tax efficient structure for foreign pension funds investing in U.S. timber companies.

• Advised a publicly traded company regarding tax issues relating to options backdating claims raised in a shareholder derivative suit.

• Represented a major real estate holding company before the New York City Tax Tribunal in a complex tax dispute with the City of New York.

• Advised private equity funds on the formation of various international tax structures in connection with investments in Asia and the Middle East.

The Law Office of Joseph Savitsky provides high quality representation of individuals, not-for-profit organizations and corporations in the areas of Tax, Corporate Formation, Real Estate and Litigation – with a particular focus on transactional and planning matters related to Taxation. Mr. Savitsky regularly advises clients on complex matters involving the formation of tax-exempt corporations, international tax structuring and tax controversies. The Law Office is structured to provide experience and talent comparable to the national firms, but without the redundancies in overhead costs and fees.

Joseph Savitsky is an experienced tax structuring expert and has advised at nationally recognized law firms. After graduating from Fordham University School of Law, Mr. Savitsky earned his LL.M. in Taxation from NYU School of Law and practiced at the Wall Street firm of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP. From 2006 through 2010, Mr. Savitsky was a senior associate at the internationally acclaimed tax department of Morrison & Foerster LLP in San Francisco, where he represented and counseled individuals and global companies on a variety of tax and corporate matters. Mr. Savitsky is active in public interest matters, and has been involved in many public-interest and pro bono cases.