Ivan Mitev is a tax attorney with the law firm of Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, practicing out of the firm's New York office. Mr. Mitev is a graduate of the Tax LL.M program at the University Of Miami School Of Law. He was born and raised in Bulgaria, where he obtained a law and business degree before emigrating to the U.S. Mr. Mitev focuses primarily on the domestic and international aspects of private equity taxation, and the formation, recapitalization, merger, sale, and liquidation of partnerships and LLCs. The nature and type of transactions that Mr. Mitev has worked on range from small acquisitions to large partnership reorganizations of over a half billion dollars, spanning geographically from Canada, to Eastern Europe, to Latin America. Mr. Mitev is a co-author of Drafting Partnership and LLC Agreements: Tax Boilerplate, Allocation, and Liquidation Provisions.
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Matthew Kaden is an attorney at Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, practicing out of the firm's Miami office. Mr. Kaden's main practice areas are transactional taxation and tax controversy. Mr. Kaden has been involved in the representation of investors, investment funds, investment managers, buyers, sellers, as well as borrowers and lenders, in numerous transactions, both domestic and cross-border, and the associated tax opinion letters. He also participates in the representation of clients before the Internal Revenue Service and in judicial proceedings in tax controversy matters. Mr. Kaden is a co-author, with Ivan Mitev, also of Boies, Schiller & Flexner, of Drafting Partnership and LLC Agreements: Tax Boilerplate, Allocation, and Liquidation Provisions. Mr. Kaden also lectures nationally on domestic and international tax issues.
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