Richard A. LangerShareholder
Richard A. Langer joined the firm in 1971 and has been a shareholder since 1975. Richard practices general business law with an emphasis on taxation. He has wide-ranging experience in legal issues facing businesses includes: organizing corporations, limited liability companies, purchasing and selling businesses, leveraged buy-out transactions, financing arrangements, capital raising, venture capital, leasing and leveraged leasing, reorganizations/restructurings, shareholder agreements and disputes, qualified pension/profit sharing plans, ESOPs, and executive compensation plans. He represents clients in disputes with federal and state taxing authorities. Richard also engages in estate and management succession planning, particularly involving interests in closely-held businesses.
Richard was an Adjunct Professor of Law at Albany Law School from 1975 to 1999, where he taught courses in business planning and corporate taxation.
LL.M. degree in taxation, New York University School of Law, 1975
J.D., cum laude, Albany Law School of Union University, 1971
A.B., University of Rochester, 1967
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