Patrick Cox is a partner within Nixon Peabody’s M&A and Corporate Transactions practice group and member of the Tax team. He focuses on various tax aspects facing domestic and international companies and provides significant experience in areas of capital markets, reorganizations, real estate, and private equity matters.
I focus my practice on developing tax strategies for complex cross border and domestic business transactions. I represent local and international firms, investors, and financial intermediaries in federal income tax matters related to capital market transactions and M&A.
I have extensive experience advising clients on inbound and outbound tax issues relating to investment in securities and real estate, IP rationalizations, tax treaty planning, and tax issues related to banking and finance, as well as creditor tax issues, including debt offerings, exchanges, and reorganizations, including bankruptcy. Since 2017, I have focused extensively on applying the rules in Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the CARES Act of 2020 to business transactions.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 continues to provide significant planning opportunities and as further guidance is announced, the benefits increase. The COVID-19 environment has only operated to enhance the critical aspects of the TCJA, as well as spawning its own set of tax implications. Now many businesses are facing troubled times, so my experience with distressed situations is something that allows me to add value to tax planning scenarios.
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York
U.S. Tax Court
Hofstra University, J.D.
New York University School of Law, LL.M.
University of California, Berkeley, B.A.
Rick has been recognized for exceptional client service by Martindale-Hubbell as a recipient of their 2020 Client Champion award.
This article mentions NP for advising DIF Capital Partners’ infrastructure fund on its agreement to acquire the Kingfisher wind farm in Oklahoma. The deal team includes Washington, DC Community Development Finance partner Shariff Barakat, Rochester Corporate partner Lori Green, Buffalo Global Finance partner Martha Anderson, and Rochester Corporate associate Aya Hoffman.
Also contributing to the deal were New York City Corporate partner Rick Cox; Manchester partner Mark Beaudoin and San Francisco partner Alison Torbitt, both of the Affordable Housing & Real Estate group; and Washington, DC partners Elizabeth Whittle and Bob Daileader and counsel Ken Weiner, all of the Project Finance & Public Finance group.
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