Peter Glicklich is the Managing Partner of the firm's New York office and a partner in its Taxation practice. For over 25 years, he has counseled North American and foreign-based multinationals and other institutions on their international and corporate tax concerns.
Peter concentrates his practice in the taxation of inbound corporate and international transactions. He advises public and closely held corporations, private equity and hedge funds, and REITs in connection with their mergers and acquisitions, cross-border financings, restructurings, reorganizations, spinoffs and intercompany pricing. Peter has advised entities in diverse fields, including real estate, infrastructure, finance, retail, manufacturing, mining, biotechnology, service software, transportation, telecommunications, beverages and pharmaceuticals. He has worked with institutional investors, private equity, hedge and venture capital funds, foreign governments, pension plans, Fortune 500 companies, investment banks, commodities and securities dealers, insurance companies, and others. Peter also arbitrates tax-related contract disputes arising in connection with M&A and other transactions and handles tax controversies.
A cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School, and an honors degree graduate of the University of Wisconsin — Madison, Peter is on the Executive Committees of the International Fiscal Association and of its U.S.A. Branch, the Advisory Board of BNA, and he speaks and writes frequently on international tax topics, including at the Practicing Law Institute.