Naomi Meisels is a seasoned tax attorney. She provides tax planning advice and performs tax controversy work for clients, developing creative solutions to reach her clients’ ultimate goals.
Initially prepared the tax opinion, with eventual complete involvement, in a multimillion-dollar cross-border transaction involving the sale of life settlement assets to an Ireland-based private company. Coordinated tax and corporate efforts among team members to ensure a seamless transaction.
Represented an investment fund client with respect to the sale of interests in several fund management entities, advising on tax and corporate issues.
Routinely advises clients in multimillion-dollar issues in the state and city of New York. Recently represented the former CEO of a major public company in a high-value New York residency and domicile dispute that resulted in a favorable settlement.
As part of the team representing the receiver for the Michael Kenwood Group, advises the court-ordered receivership and qualified settlement fund on federal and state tax matters.
Experienced in providing tax advice to energy companies, has advised an energy client on a multibillion-dollar sale of nuclear plants, including the transfer of qualified and non-qualified decommissioning funds.
Memberships : American Bar Association: Tax Section
LL.M., New York University School of Law, 1987
J.D., Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 1983, cum laude
B.A., Barnard College, Columbia University, 1980, cum laude