Morris W. Banks practices in the areas of corporate law, corporate securities, taxation, mergers and acquisitions and succession planning for closely held businesses. He has counseled numerous emerging and early stage companies and has been involved in more than $100 million of venture capital financing.
In addition to his substantial practice in the mergers and acquisitions arena, Moe has prepared and filed numerous requests for Private Letter Rulings and has received favorable rulings with respect to complex corporate reorganizations, divisive transactions and corporate re-capitalizations and restructurings in furtherance of closely held and family tax and succession planning engagements.
He has counseled clients in the motion picture industry with respect to the financial arrangements between producers and investors, qualifying for the Connecticut tax credit for certain costs associated with the production of digital media and motion pictures incurred in the State of Connecticut, employment agreements with performers and production staff, location agreements, and complex profit sharing arrangements with various participants in the development and production of media properties.
Moe has lectured on business planning for more than 30 years at the University of Connecticut School of Law where he is an adjunct faculty member. He is an author of various articles related to taxation and business matters.
Topics have included tax considerations in the purchase and sale of business interests, succession planning for the successful family business, forms of venture capital and structure of venture capital pools, and taxable and tax free mergers and acquisitions.
A frequent lecturer before professional groups, Moe has participated as a panel member in symposia sponsored by the Connecticut Bar Association, the Federal Tax Institute of New England, the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Hartford County Bar Association, the University of Connecticut Income Tax School and various business groups such as the Connecticut Business and Industry Association.
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