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Oz Halabi

Partner, Chair of the U.S. Tax Group, New York

Biography

Oz Halabi is a Partner and Chair of the U.S. Tax Group at Pearl Cohen’s New York office. Oz is a highly experienced tax attorney engaging primarily in US domestic and international tax matters arising in mergers and acquisitions, investment funds, securities offerings, financial products and bankruptcy. Oz has represented varied strategic and private equity clients in a wide range of tax issues, both in the US and abroad, and serves as a consultant regarding cross-border tax matters, such as non-recognition treatment of intra-group transactions, FATCA compliance and maintenance of federal exemptions.

Oz is admitted to the New York Bar and is also a licensed CPA in Israel. He has an LL.M. and an S.J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School, where he did his research on Domestic Anti-Avoidance Rules and Tax Treaties.

Prior to joining Pearl Cohen, Oz worked at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and worked for 8 years at the Israeli Tax Authority.

Admitted

  • New York State Bar

Education

University of Michigan Law School, S.J.D. Domestic Anti-Avoidance Rules and Tax Treaties, 2014

University of Michigan Law School, LL.M. International Taxation, 2011

Ono Academic College Law School, LL.B., 2009

The College of Management Business School, B.B.A. Accounting, 2002
 

Languages

English & Hebrew

Professional Membership

Institute of Certified Public Accountants In Israel

Publications

“Domestic Anti-Avoidance Rules and Their Interplay with Tax Treaties” (Tax Notes International, Sep. 2012)

“Expatriation Tax – Renouncing Tax Treaties” (IBFD, July 2012)

“U.S. Treaty Anti-Avoidance Rules: An Overview and Assessment” Co-Author (IBFD, Apr. 2012)

Practice areas