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Marc N. Aspis

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Marc handles transaction-related tax matters pertaining to employment benefits and compensation and also provides compliance counseling related to employment retirement plans, ERISA, and PBGC regulations. He regularly conducts tax and employee benefits/executive compensation due diligence for mergers and acquisitions and other commercial transactions.

Prior to joining Mintz, Marc was an associate in the tax and personal planning, employee benefits, and employment practices of a mid-size New York law firm. He represented clients in tax matters related to mergers, acquisitions, cross-border transactions, international M&A transactions, real estate investments, and joint ventures. In addition, Marc counseled foreign clients on tax planning and provided advice on a broad range of additional tax issues. His experience included defending a client in an $800,000 state tax audit. 

Earlier Marc worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). As a senior tax associate in the international tax services division, he helped clients structure transactions in a tax-efficient manner, focusing on the US federal income tax implications of cross-border and international transactions, including M&As.

While earning his LLM in taxation, Marc served as a judicial extern for the United States Tax Court. After completing law school, he was an associate in a New York law firm’s commercial litigation practice.

Marc also served as an infantry sergeant in the Israel Defense Forces.

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Marc N. Aspis

Associate

New York