Lorenz Haselberger is a partner in the Tax practice.
He focuses primarily on the taxation of financial instruments and the tax aspects of domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, inbound investments, capital markets offerings and debt restructurings. He regularly advises major financial institutions, sovereign investors, funds and domestic and multinational companies.
From 2012 to 2013, he served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Patrick Higginbotham on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Harvard Law School
J.D., cum laude
- Supervising Editor, Harvard Law Review
University of Pennsylvania
- Co-Author, Report on Cryptocurrency and Other Fungible Digital Assets (Report No. 1461), New York State Bar Association Tax Section (April 18, 2022)
- Co-Author, Stop BEATing Up Your Brother-Sister, Tax Notes Federal (Oct. 12, 2020)
- Co-Author, Stop BEATing Up Your Brother-Sister, Part 2, Tax Notes Federal (Oct. 19, 2020)
- Author, Toward a Regulatory Solution to FLP-Driven Transfer-Tax Avoidance, Harvard Law Review (March 2013)
- Panelist, International Tax Institute, International Tax Issues Surrounding Digital Assets (June 2022)
- Panelist, Wall Street Tax Association 2022 Spring Tax Conference, Federal Tax / Financial Products (May 2022)
- Moderator, ABA 2022 May Tax Meeting, Recent Developments in the Taxation of Digital Assets (May 2022)
- Panelist, ABA 2022 May Tax Meeting, NFTs, DeFi Transactions and Other Virtual Currency Transaction Issues (May 2022)
- Panelist, ABA 2021 Fall Tax Meeting, Crypto and Digital Assets – Tax Considerations for Financial Institutions and Investors (Sept. 2021)
- Panelist, AR Bar Association Mid-Year Meeting, Crypto and Digital Assets – Tax Considerations for Financial Institutions and Investors (Nov. 2021)
- Panelist, SIFMA Symposium, Special Issues Affecting ISDA Master Agreements (Oct. 2015)
- Panelist, SIFMA Symposium, An In-Depth Overview of the Application of FATCA and 871(m) (Nov. 2014)