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    Karl Fryzel is Co-Chair of the Firm's Tax Department and a member of the Private Equity & Venture Capital Group. His practice includes all aspects of tax planning for corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and individuals engaged in business and investment activities. Karl has been listed as both a Massachusetts "Super Lawyer" since 2004, and a New England Super Lawyer since 2007 in the area of Tax Law by Thomson Reuters and Boston Magazine. He has also been listed among The Best Lawyers in America in the area of Tax Law since 2007 and Litigation and Controversy - Tax since 2012.

    Karl handles the tax aspects of venture capital and private equity financings, corporate and partnership restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, general advice in acquiring, holding and disposing of real estate, the formation of investment funds, executive compensation and preparation of tax disclosure materials in private and public offerings of partnership and corporate securities, including investment partnerships and real estate investment trusts.

    He has particular experience in advising tax-exempt organizations; in structuring leasing transactions; international tax planning of inbound and outbound corporate and real estate transactions and offshore investment funds; tax planning of debt restructurings for creditors and debtors; tax disputes in administrative and judicial proceedings; and representation of institutional investors and developers of low-income housing credit projects.

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