Stuart J. Goldring is a partner in the firm’s global Tax practice and a nationally recognized authority on federal income tax matters involving financially troubled companies. He has extensive experience in advising debtors, creditors, potential acquirers, and investors in troubled companies, both within and outside of the bankruptcy context. Mr. Goldring also regularly advises on the structuring of acquisitions, dispositions, and other transactions involving corporations and multi-corporate groups.
Mr. Goldring serves on the Executive Committee of the Tax Section of the New York State Bar Association and co-chairs the Committee on Bankruptcy and Losses. He was a member of the former Tax Council of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and served as chair of a special subcommittee of the Tax Council and the Committee on Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization of the City Bar with respect to tax-related proposals of the National Bankruptcy Review Commission.
Mr. Goldring co-authors the treatise Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations (2013 ed. CCH). In addition, he has published numerous articles dealing with the tax issues relating to financially troubled companies and lectures widely on these topics. Mr. Goldring is an adjunct professor at New York University School of Law teaching a course on bankruptcy tax and a member of the Corporate Tax and Business Planning Advisory Board of BNA Tax Management.
Mr. Goldring is ranked in Band 1 by Chambers USA Tax: New York, where he is described as a leading authority on M&A and restructuring matters, and is named a leading lawyer by the Legal 500 US Domestic Tax: East Coast. He is recognized in Who’s Who Legal: The International Who’s Who of Corporate Tax 2012, which describes him as “legendary,” and named among the leading Bankruptcy Tax Specialists in the nation’s major law firms by Turnarounds and Workouts magazine. Mr. Goldring is listed in Best Lawyers in America and is recommended by PLC Which lawyer?