A partner in the tax practice at Morgan Lewis, Donald-Bruce Abrams focuses on advising corporations, partnerships, and individuals on federal, state, and international tax controversy and transactional tax planning matters. His transactional practice includes advising clients on structuring and negotiation of mergers and acquisitions; equity and debt financing transactions; and transactions involving the structuring, formation and operation of specialized investment entities (including domestic and foreign hedge funds, regulated investment companies and real estate investment trusts). Don’s controversy practice includes representation of clients in federal and Massachusetts administrative and court proceedings. For more information, please view his bio at https://www.morganlewis.com/bios/donabrams.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1982, B.S.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984, M.B.A.; Harvard Law School, 1987, J.D., Magna Cum Laude