Mr. Solodky has been a tax practitioner since 1977, commencing private practice in 1981. He has an extensive history of involvement in all tax aspects of commercial and residential real estate including like-kind exchanges, real estate leasing issues, choice of entity and the taxation of pass-through entities. He has primary Firm responsibility for tax structuring and drafting of tax allocation provisions for organizational documents of partnerships and limited liability companies formed for the Firm’s real estate clientele.
Mr. Solodky has substantial tax controversy and rulings experience at both the federal and state levels and has litigated several cases in the United States Tax Court. He has represented numerous publicly-traded and privately-held companies before both the Examination Division and the Office of Appeals of the Internal Revenue Service.
Mr. Solodky also has recurring involvement in the tax aspects of equipment, leveraged and synthetic leasing, with a particular emphasis on the aircraft leasing industry.