EDUCATIONBrandeis University, B.A., 1964
Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1968
New York University School of Law, LL.M., in Taxation, 1969
- 1969, New York
Barry A. Klingman, Tax Partner, co-authors an in-depth article in Tax Notes International, entitled: “The Risk of Double Taxation When U.S. Taxpayers Invest in India-Focused Funds,” with Bijal Ajinkya, Partner at Khaitan & Co., a well-established, century old full service law firm with a global practice, having multiple offices in India.01/23/2020
Barry Klingman Pens Article on Historic Tax Credits for Real Estate Weekly09/17/2018
In the article, Mr. Klingman examined the future prospects for the credits for New York City.
He wrote that the credits have played an important role in real estate development involving historic landmark properties located in New York City.
Mr. Klingman added that they are likely to play an even more important role as developers begin converting abandoned City public schools into housing and, in some cases, combining the historic rehabilitation credit with the federal low-income housing tax credit.
To read the article, click here.
Partners Lori Anne Czepiel and Meryl Wiener, along with tax partner Barry Klingman, authored “Hedge Funds in the United States: Regulatory Overview.”03/14/2018 | Practical Law
Published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law Company as part of its Global Guide series, the article addresses legal and other issues for hedge funds and their sponsors and investors. Topics covered include regulations and legislation, marketing, managers and operators, restrictions and requirements, tax, private placement and other securities laws, a market overview and upcoming reform.
The Thomson Reuters Practical Law Company Global Guide Series covers all business law areas across all major economies. Global Guides are written by leading lawyers and provide high level overviews of key regulatory laws in different jurisdictions with detailed practical overviews of legislation and developments.
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Tax Benefits of Operating Through an LLC Instead of a Corporation for Home-Based Businesses - by Barry Klingman06/23/2016 | Home Business Magazine