Bob Snyder is the chair of the tax practice group for Thomas & Libowitz. This practice area involves federal and state tax research, advice, and planning for the firm’s clients in a variety of areas ranging from joint ventures and business transactions to real estate and personal tax matters for individuals. It also includes the representation of clients at all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service and before the United States Tax Court.
He has represented some of the largest privately held companies in the country in mergers, acquisitions, structuring tax motivated transactions and providing federal and state tax advice and planning for the companies and their owners. He was a key player in structuring the transaction which involved the purchase of the Baltimore Ravens.
Mr. Snyder has a broad background in complex subchapter C, K and S issues and tax planning; stock bonus and stock option plans; executive compensation; method of accounting issues; Section 501(c)(3) and other tax exempt organization issues, and tax issues relating to real estate acquisition, ownership, disposition and development. He has represented clients at all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service including audit, appeal, collection and the national office.
He has structured and restructured numerous real estate partnerships and syndications including transactions involving low income housing credits, rehabilitation tax credits, commercial and residential real estate, and tenant equity transactions representing both landlord and tenant and has represented clients in connection with over three dozen Section 1031 exchanges.