Ronald A. Feuerstein
2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201
Ronald A. Feuerstein is a shareholder of the firm and an experienced tax lawyer whose practice is focused on tax planning and structuring for corporate and partnership transactions, mergers and acquisitions, tax controversy work before IRS and state tax agencies, sophisticated estate planning for high net worth individuals and family wealth transfers, employee benefit matters, including Department of Labor Audits, and general business counsel and advice. He has represented various types of businesses and entrepreneurs, from start-ups to public companies, both foreign and domestic. In his practice, Mr. Feuerstein has developed significant depth of knowledge in tax issues affecting an array of businesses and specialized industries, including casino gaming, food product distribution, government contracting, franchising, heavy construction, restaurants, farming and ranching, real estate and mortgage banking, and bio-tech manufacturing, research and development.
The substantive tax areas covered by Mr. Feuerstein’s practice include corporate tax, pass-through entities (S corporations, LLC’s and partnerships), U.S. taxation of foreign entities, persons and operations, tax-exempt entities (public charities, private foundations and trade associations), ERISA, executive compensation, ESOPs, VEBAs, stock options, qualified and non-qualified deferred compensation and state taxation (including income, sales, use and property taxes).
For over 30 years, Mr. Feuerstein has held the rating of "AV" Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest peer rating given.
Mr. Feuerstein earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Boston University, his law degree from American University, where he was Managing Editor of The American University Law Review, and a Masters of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Feuerstein served as Attorney-Advisor to Judge C. Moxley Featherston, of the United States Tax Court. Mr. Feuerstein has written and lectured frequently on various tax, estate planning and employee benefit topics.
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