Robb Chase is a member of Sutherland’s Tax Practice Group and focuses his practice on domestic and international tax planning and the taxation of financial products.
In the area of tax planning, Robb has extensive experience analyzing issues relating to acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, restructurings and finance company arrangements. He has counseled multi-national corporations in all aspects of structuring, negotiating, documenting and reporting cross-border transactions. Robb also has experience representing taxpayers in complex tax audit and litigation matters.
Robb regularly advises clients on tax issues relating to domestic and foreign public and private debt offerings, synthetic and hybrid instruments, foreign currency transactions, swaps and derivatives, hedging transactions, and other complex financial products and transactions. He routinely counsels clients on the tax implications of modifications to, and defeasances of, commercial mortgages held by Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits (REMICs), as well as other aspects of the tax rules applicable to REMICs.
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J.D., with honors, George Washington University Law School, 1997, Member, George Washington Law Review
B.S., University of Utah, 1994
District of Columbia, Maryland