Ted Markson is a tax partner with over 20 years of experience advising financial institutions, private investment partnerships, and multinational corporations on complex transactions. Clients appreciate his problem-solving skills and focus on practical business objectives as well as his technical abilities.

Ted's practice focuses on the tax aspects of domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and financing transactions, with a particular emphasis on partnership taxation and complex structured transactions. He frequently advises on energy and infrastructure matters including acquisition, development, and tax equity financing of renewable energy projects.

Ted has represented international clients on a variety of high-profile public and private transactions, including the acquisition of life and property and casualty insurance and reinsurance companies. He has extensive experience developing sophisticated financing structures and innovative financial instruments, and regularly advises private equity funds and their investors on their investments and fund-related matters.

Ted also has extensive experience in tax controversies and practice before the IRS, including obtaining letter rulings on behalf of clients and representing clients in tax audits and disputes.

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J.D., Columbia University School of Law, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, David M. Berger Memorial Prize

A.B., Princeton University

New York