John H. Cooper
is a shareholder and former president of the firm whose practice spans corporate and securities as well as tax law, with an emphasis on M&A, private equity and venture capital, securities and securities litigation, business and succession planning, corporate finance, corporate tax, directors and officers, executive compensation, general counsel services and high net worth individuals. He is a member of the tax section of the ABA, Alabama State Tax Section, and the Alabama State Bar, and was an adjunct faculty member of the University of Alabama School of Law for Advanced Corporate Tax (taxable and tax-free reorganizations) from 1982 to 2008. John’s recent work includes representing a REIT issuer in a USD104 million IPO and a merger worth USD1.5 billion.
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