William Deitch is an associate with Meltzer Lippe’s Tax & Tax Controversy Practice Group. William focuses his practice on Corporate Tax and Partnership Tax. William assists clients in minimizing the tax burdens of various transactions, such as mergers, re-organizations, section 351 transactions, spin-offs, and split-offs. He also advises on corporate and partnership formation and dissolution, and works with the real estate group on a wide variety of tax issues. William also assists clients with Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation matters.
Prior to joining Meltzer Lippe, William was a judicial intern for Judge John O. Colvin at the United States Tax Court, and prior to that was a legal fellow to Judge Christopher McFadden at the Georgia Court of Appeals. He received his LL.M. on taxation from New York University School of Law, his J.D. from Emory University School of Law, and his Bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University. Mr. Deitch has passed the New York State Bar Exam and is awaiting the process of swearing in, he is also barred in the state of Georgia.
William lives in Long Island City with his wife and two cats. He is an avid musician and enjoys the jazz scene in New York City.