Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Mark Eichler is a seasoned attorney whose practice focuses on U.S. federal income tax matters including tax planning and structuring, review and drafting of tax-sensitive legal documents and entity formation and dissolution.
Keeping up with the latest tax rules, Mark follows trends and legislation as well as public policy to help his client optimize tax planning. He has done so successfully for over 20 years, and was with Strook & Strook & Lavan for eleven years. He advises and guides his clients on the U.S. tax implications of a broad range of sophisticated domestic and cross-border commercial matters including mergers & acquisitions, dispositions, venture capital and financing transactions.
Mark is trusted by company leaders and decision-makers to counsel them on key matters related to the taxation of partnerships, limited liability companies and real estate investment trusts (REITs) and the tax implications of investing in U.S. real estate. Mark also advises clients with regard to their international operations and the U.S. tax consequences of owning an interest in a controlled foreign corporation (CFC) or passive foreign investment company (PFIC).
Brooklyn Law School, J.D. cum laude
Brooklyn College, B.A., magna cum laude