Martin Pollack is co-chair of the firm’s Global Tax practice and is nationally recognized in federal income tax matters. He has extensive experience in the structuring and documentation of private equity and merger & acquisition transactions and he regularly advises clients on the formation and operation of private equity funds and other investment vehicles. His practice also involves the tax aspects of bankruptcy and insolvency, leasing transactions, and planning for technology intensive enterprises.
Mr. Pollack is a frequent lecturer at tax seminars and the author of numerous articles on federal income tax issues. He is the co-author of a treatise published by Little Brown, analyzing the federal income, estate, gift and other transfer tax consequences of partnership buy/sell agreements.
He has served as an adjunct associate professor of tax law at the New York University School of Law; he is a member of the advisory board of Tax Management; and he is a Vice Chair of the Partnerships and LLCs Committee of the American Bar Association Tax Section.
Mr. Pollack has received a number of awards for his expertise in tax law including recognition as a leading lawyer by Chambers USA. He is also highly recommended by PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook and is regularly recognized as a leading lawyer by Legal 500 and The Best Lawyers in America.
New Jersey State
New York State
New York University Law (LL.M., 1979)
University of Pennsylvania Law (J.D., 1976 – Board of Officers of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review)
Johns Hopkins University (B.A., 1973)
Johns Hopkins University (M.A., 1973)