Mr. Owens focuses on the legal areas of business and corporate law, not-for-profit law, tax law, and trust and estates law. He has focused his practice on representing clients in a variety of corporate and not-for-profit transactions, tax and business litigation, estate planning, and estate administration/probate.
Mr. Owens has worked with larger established clients as well as start-ups in the aforementioned areas and he offers legal advice that helps his clients meet their business goals. The intersection of estate planning and corporate law allows Mr. Owens to offer clients well rounded advise in business succession planning and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Owens has experience forming start-up companies in a wide variety of industries, raising capital in private placement transactions, and drafting contracts. Many of Mr. Owens’ clients are subsidiaries of Canadian and other foreign businesses. For these clients, Mr. Owens addresses unique tax and corporate law issues surrounding formation of United States subsidiaries of Canadian and other foreign businesses. He also has experience prosecuting and defending real property tax assessment grievances and defending cases in front of the United States Tax Court.
Brendan Owens attended Middlebury College in Vermont earning a Bachelor of Arts. He then attended the University of Connecticut School of Law earning a Juris Doctor degree.
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