David Schulder works closely with clients to structure transactions to achieve the most favorable tax results. His practice encompasses all aspects of federal, state, local and international taxation, with an emphasis on onshore and offshore investment funds, venture capital transactions, corporate acquisitions, financial instruments and real estate acquisitions and dispositions.
"Disposing of Real Property", Tax Aspects of Real Property, New York State Bar Association, 1981.
"Tax Reform Act of 1986: Limitations on Losses from Passive Activities, Nonbusiness Interest Deductions, and Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions", Planning for Individual Taxpayers After the Tax Reform Act of 1986, Practicing Law Institute, 1986.
"Tax Reform Act of 1986 - Limitations on Deductibility of Non-Business Interest", The New Tax Law and Real Estates Transactions, Real Estate Institute of New York University, 1986.
"Section 1031 to the Rescue?", New York Law Journal, April 11, 2005.