An article by Brad Cohen titled, “Tax and Estate Planning for Postmortem Celebrity,” was published in the syllabus for the 47th Annual Entertainment Symposium for the UCLA Ziffren Institute for Media, Entertainment, Technology & Sports Law. This article was originally published by LA Lawyer Magazine in May 2017.
Brad Cohen and Alex Palabrica wrote an article titled, “IRS vs. NFTs,” published by LA Lawyer Magazine on June 1, 2023.
Changes in administrations often bring changes in law enforcement priorities. Whereas fines and prosecutions of white collar offenses declined under the previous administration, we can expect increased white collar enforcement under the Biden administration as new federal anti-money laundering laws take effect and new leadership is installed at the U.S. Department of Justice and other […]
An article by Brad Cohen and Megan Jones titled “Can AI be Taxed?” was published by the Los Angeles County Bar Association in their Los Angeles Lawyer magazine in May 2020. Read the article here.
Brad Cohen’s article, “How to Keep Your Home Address Private,” was published on the What Is Privacy? blog on February 27th, 2019.
Brad Cohen’s article “Achieving True Privacy for Public Figures Through Privacy Trusts,” was published in the May issue of Los Angeles Lawyer on May 1st, 2019.
By Catherine Holmes, Brad Cohen and Guy Maisnik On October 19, 2018, the IRS issued the first set of proposed regulations and a New Revenue Ruling on new Internal Revenue Code Section 1400Z-2 governing Opportunity Zone investments. Under the new Opportunity Zone tax law, taxpayers who realize taxable capital gains from the sale of any […]
Catherine DeBono Holmes and Brad Cohen wrote the article “How Real Estate Developers Can Use Opportunity Zone Funds to Finance New Real Estate Projects” for the JMBM Investment Law Blog. A short excerpt is below: Real estate developers have a new source of investment for their development projects, created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs […]
Brad Cohen wrote the article “Trump Tax Cut Roils the Rules” in Variety on September 25, 2018
In the May 2017 issue of Los Angeles Lawyer, JMBM tax attorney Brad S. Cohen writes about Tax and Estate Planning for Postmortem Celebrity. “Does a studio have the right to use a celebrity’s image after his or her death? If so, is there any way to plan ahead to avoid the misappropriation of a celebrity […]