L.L.M, Federal Taxation, New York University
B.A, University of Westminster, London
- New York
- England (Solicitor)
- U.S. Tax Court
Ian Shane routinely advises clients with respect to U.S. corporate tax planning and structuring for a variety of transactions, including inbound and outbound transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate restructuring.
Mr. Shane also provides tax advice to partnerships and LLC’s on domestic tax issues and counsels U.S. companies on international tax planning issues arising from investing overseas, particularly in Europe and Asia. He has advised on choice of entity, check-the-box regulations, as well as cross border financings, transfer pricing, and inbound and outbound asset and stock transfers.
In addition to advising U.S. companies, Mr. Shane has represented foreign companies investing in the U.S., providing advice on cash flows in and out of the U.S. and structuring arrangements that take into account foreign and domestic tax rules to minimize U.S. and foreign tax liability.
Mr. Shane has published a series of articles on tax and business subjects for various publications, including British Airways’ Business Life Magazine.Prior to joining Warshaw Burstein, Mr. Shane held several positions as a Partner and Of Counsel at AmLaw 100 and international law firms in London and New York.
- American Bar Association
- Committee on Taxation of Business Entities, New York City Bar
How Passengers Gain Access to An Airline Lounge, Airline Financial and Accounting Managers Association (AFAMA) Sales Tax Meeting, New York, New York, October 24, 2019
Working Lunch: Qualified Opportunity Zones & 199A Planning, PrimeGlobal Annual Tax Conference, Orlando, FL, January 7, 2019
TCJA BEAT (High Level) and Tax Planning Landscape after TCJA, PrimeGlobal Annual Tax Conference, Orlando, FL, January 6, 2019
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act : A Look at the International Tax Provisons in the Act, The New York Society of CPA's, New York, NY, January 30, 2018
Earnings Stripping and the Impact of new US Treasury Department Rules, Transnational Taxation Network’s USA Tax Conference, New York, NY, May 2, 2016