Robert Rizzi advises domestic and multinational businesses on the federal and state income tax aspects of corporate and partnership business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, work outs, and joint ventures. He has nearly four decades of experience providing tax planning for transactions in the financial services, telecom, real estate, technology, and hospitality sectors, primarily in international markets.
He also advises high-net-worth families on transactional and cross-border matters, and provides tax advice and structuring for mid-market and private equity transactions in the US and abroad.
Bob also represents prospective political appointees requiring Senate confirmation through the vetting process. His clients have included cabinet and subcabinet members, administrators and commissioners of various agencies, and numerous ambassadorial appointees in both Democratic and Republican administrations.
Bob teaches government ethics at Harvard Law School, and has taught corporate taxation at Catholic University Law School, and government ethics at the Georgetown University Law Center. He writes a bi-monthly column, “Corporate Organizations and Reorganizations,” for the Journal of Corporate Taxation and is a founding editor of Mergers and Acquisitions, The Monthly Tax Journal.
- J.D., Harvard Law School, 1978, cum laude
- M. Litt., New College, Oxford University, 1975, Marshall Scholar
- A.B., Princeton University, 1972, Phi Beta Kappa, Woodrow Wilson Scholar
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