A. L. (Lorry) Spitzer
Lorry's practice focuses on the taxation of nonprofit organizations, especially colleges, universities and health-care organizations. Lorry previously worked for the Office of Tax Policy of the U.S. Treasury in Washington, D.C., where he dealt primarily with issues involving tax-exempt organizations and partnership taxation. Lorry is a member of the Exempt Organizations committee of the Tax Section of the American Bar Association and is co-chair of the college and university subcommittee. He has written and spoken extensively regarding tax-exempt organizations and has taught courses as an adjunct professor at Boston College Law School and Harvard Law School on tax-exempt organizations and on tax policy. He is a graduate of Yale College and Boston College Law School.
- Advised numerous universities in IRS comprehensive audits, most recently those focusing on compensation and unrelated business income tax.
- Advised health maintenance organizations on necessary steps to retain tax-exempt status.
- Reviewed numerous private equity and hedge fund investments on behalf of tax exempt investors.
- Advised numerous nonprofit organizations with respect to new tax filing and governance requirements imposed by the IRS.
- Advised on the creation and operation of medical foundations in various states.
- Advised with respect to joint ventures between universities and private parties intended to facilitate the development and commercialization of intellectual property.