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  • Education
    • J.D., Drake University, 1987
    • B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1984

James Wotruba has a strong background in general income tax law with an emphasis on transactional tax, particularly in areas of partnership, limited liability company and S Corporation taxation.

James focuses on representing developers and investors in connection with federal low-income housing and historic rehabilitation tax credits and state historic and low-income housing tax credits. He has advised clients concerning the formation and classification of foreign and domestic limited liability companies, partnerships and joint ventures for United States federal income tax purposes, as well as foreign and domestic taxation of property in connection with transfer, lease and licensing arrangements. His practice also concentrates on providing tax advice relating to real estate investments, the federal income tax issues of various types of partnership roll-ups, choice of entity issues, and like-kind, tax-deferred exchanges.

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