- Speeches & Events
Mitchell Snow's work covers a range of tax transactions, including advising REITs and other tax-exempt entities regarding the tax consequences of their investment strategies and other activities. Mr. Snow also assists clients with the structuring of real estate and other investment funds, with a particular focus on 1031 tax-deferred exchanges. He provides for the general tax planning needs of businesses, individuals and other entities under federal, state and local tax laws. Mr. Snow also works with our insurance group regarding various tax and regulatory issues.
- Member, New York City Bar Association
SPEECHES & EVENTS
- Speaker, "Income Tax Aspects of Real Estate Transactions," Real Estate Board of New York Education Classes, 2013-2017
- Co-author, "Bipartisan Budget Act Requires Partnerships to Share a Portion of the Audit Burden," Stroock Special Bulletin, November 15, 2015
- Co-author, "A Tale of Two PACEs: Commercial Success vs. Residential Repose," Stroock Special Bulletin, March 15, 2013
- Co-author, "Renewables Renewed," Stroock Special Bulletin, February 14, 2013
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
New York, 2013; New Jersey, 2012
J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2012; Bernard A. Chertcoff Prize for Taxation
B.S., Beth Medrash Govoha, 2008
LL.M., New York University School of Law, 2017
NEWSBack To Full Bio
Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt Honor Five Separate Stroock Transactions Nationally for Best Deals of 2016
April 20, 2017|Press Release
PUBLICATIONSBack To Full Bio
"Tax Reform: Now it's the Senate's Turn"
November 10, 2017|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Overview of the Proposed 'Tax Cuts and Jobs Act' and How it Differs from Current Law"November 6, 2017|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Bipartisan Budget Act Requires Partnerships to Share a Portion of the Audit Burden"November 18, 2015|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "A Tale of Two PACEs: Commercial Success vs. Residential Repose"March 15, 2013|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Renewables Renewed"February 14, 2013|Stroock Special Bulletin
- "Overview of the Proposed 'Tax Cuts and Jobs Act' and How it Differs from Current Law"