Brian Senie is an associate in Weil’s Tax Department and is based in New York. Brian participates in the representation of Firm clients with respect to the tax aspects of a wide range of corporate transactions and real estate transactions, including matters involving partnerships, REITs and Qualified Opportunity Zone funds.
Brian has been part of the teams advising:
- American Securities in its $1.575 billion sale of Henry Company LLC
- Core-Mark Holding Company, Inc. in its $2.5 billion sale to Performance Food Group
- Dual North America, Inc., the specialist underwriting arm of Howden Group Holdings Limited (f/k/a Hyperion Insurance Group Limited), in its acquisition of Align Financial Holdings, LLC
- Lineage Logistics, LLC in its $208 million acquisition of Turvo Inc.
- MGM Resorts International in its $17.2 billion sale of MGM Growth Properties LLC to VICI Properties Inc.
- MGM Resorts International in its $2.1 billion acquisition of the 50% stake it did not already own in CityCenter and its $3.9 billion sale and leaseback of the Aria Resort and Vdara Hotel real estate at CityCenter
- MGM Resorts International in its $450 million sale of the operations of Gold Strike Casino Resort in Tunica, Mississippi to CNE (a subsidiary of Cherokee Nation Businesses)
- PSG and its portfolio company Netsurion LLC (a portfolio company of PSG), a provider of adaptive managed security solutions that integrates with existing security investments and technology stacks, in the sale of Netsurion’s Secure Edge Networking business segment to Acumera, Inc. (a portfolio company of Peak Rock Capital)
- Redbox Entertainment Inc. in its pending sale to Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, Inc.
Prior to joining Weil, Brian was a tax associate at another law firm.
Brian received his J.D., cum laude, from New York University School of Law, where he was a Senior Articles Editor for the NYU Review of Law and Social Change, and his B.A. from Yale University, where he was an Editor for the Yale Philosophy Review.