James Leet specializes in complex corporate, partnership and personal income tax planning and business advice to individuals and small and mid-sized businesses. He advises clients on issues relating to conservation easements, structure, formation and operation of partnerships, limited liability companies, and planning and implementation of corporate reorganizations, business sales and acquisitions. He also has extensive experience in advising on tax issues involving real estate transactions, like kind exchanges and conveying conservation easements. Jim was an adjunct professor at both McGeorge School of Law and the University of California, Davis School of Law, teaching Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations and Taxation of Corporations, respectively. He is a frequent speaker on corporate, partnership and tax issues for firm-sponsored seminars, state and local bar associations and private seminar companies.
Jim has experience in the following areas:
Jim has previously helped clients in the following industries: