Louis Schatz is a member of the firm’s seven-person Management Committee and also serves as Chair of the firm's Tax and Employee Benefits Practice Group. He is the past Chair of the Tax Section of the Connecticut Bar Association.
Lou practices in the areas of federal and State of Connecticut tax with attention to the representation of closely held businesses organized as limited liability companies, partnerships and S corporations; real estate joint ventures; and the representation of taxpayers involved in Connecticut tax controversies (at the audit, appellate and court levels). He is a frequent lecturer on federal and State of Connecticut tax, partnership and limited liability company issues. For many years he has been providing annual updates on Connecticut tax developments to out-of-state accountants. His recent lectures include presentations to the Connecticut Bar Association, the Connecticut Society of CPA's, the Connecticut Business and Industry Association, the National Conference of CPA Practitioners, the New York State Society of CPA's, the Long Island Tax Practitioner Symposium, the National Business Institute, the University of Connecticut Income Tax School, and the Foundation for Accounting Education in New York City. Louis is widely published, including his co-authorship of "Connecticut Limited Liability Act: Forms and Practice Manual," the leading treatise in Connecticut on limited liability companies.
Represented Really Good Stuff, Inc., a multi-channel marketer of innovative classroom products and teaching tools in its successful sale to Excelligence Learning Corporation, a leading developer, manufacturer, distributor, and multi-channel retailer of educational products. As an innovation leader, Really Good Stuff offers over 7,500 products (500 new products annually) to meet the needs of teachers and classrooms in the K-8th grade market.
The strategic acquisition of Really Good Stuff expands Excelligence’s market, which will now include pre-K early childhood programs, preschools and grades K-8, and allows both companies the opportunity to leverage their respective core strengths and resources to create customized solutions for school districts across the country. In connection with the acquisition, a team of Shipman & Goodwin attorneys, working with Really Good Stuff’s regular outside corporate counsel, represented Really Good Stuff on tax, pension, environmental and Connecticut business matters. For more information, read the press release.
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