Margaret’s practice focuses on tax planning and advice for mergers and acquisitions, private equity, financings and other commercial transactions.
Margaret is a transactional attorney who advises domestic and international corporations, partnerships and high-net-worth individual clients on a broad range of income tax matters, including domestic and cross-border M&A, restructurings, financings, private equity, securities offerings and tax compliance. She advises clients on the federal, state and international tax developments that affect their transactions, ongoing business operations and tax compliance responsibilities.
Margaret has advised clients in the renewable energy sector on energy tax credits, government incentive programs and project development and finance, and represented investors and developers in tax equity financings (including partnership flip financings) in wind and solar projects.
She is a senior associate at Fredrikson & Byron in the Business & Tax-Planning Group and is licensed to practice in New York and Minnesota.
Co-Presenter, “The Impact of Tax Reform on Exit and Succession Planning for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses,” Minnesota CLE: The New Tax Law for Minnesota Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses, August 28, 2018
2018 Update Co-Author, “Summary Guide Comparing Minnesota Business Entities,” published by Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, Inc.
Co-Presenter, “New LLC Law: The Impact of the New Audit Rules on Multi-Member LLCs,” Minnesota CLE webcast, January 24, 2018