Raymond primarily works with businesses and not for profit entities in a transactional practice which achieves maximum after tax results.
He has devoted his entire career to the practice of tax law, with a particular focus on partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, economic development and affordable housing.
Many clients are heavily influenced by state and federal tax considerations, Raymond’s deep knowledge of these laws allows him to develop tax strategies that benefit them; helping them achieve their business goals with optimal tax consequences.
In addition to general transactional tax planning, Raymond’s practice includes:
- structuring real estate joint ventures and funds
- low income housing and historic tax credit partnerships
- economic development planning utilizing local and state incentives
- representing publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trusts
Raymond has lectured on numerous occasions on a variety of tax related subjects. He has held the position of Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law, where he taught the basic federal income tax course, and the partnership tax course.