Karen Loga focuses on tax aspects of investment funds, including structuring of domestic and non-U.S. hedge funds, private equity funds and real estate funds. She advises clients with respect to offering documents, partnership agreements and related materials for funds and investment management businesses. Her practice also includes advice to clients on tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, as well as a variety of other multinational corporate transactions. She counsels clients on tax considerations in real estate transactions, including structures involving joint ventures and real estate investment trusts.
Karen earned her LL.M. in Taxation, with honors, from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1997, is a 1995 graduate of The George Washington University Law School and is a 1992 graduate, cum laude, of Miami University.
Guest Lecturer, Securities Regulation: The Broker-Dealer Perspective Class, Fordham University School of Law, November 2016
“Insurance-Dedicated Funds: Tax and Corporate Issues,” SRZ Webinar, September 2016
SRZ Luncheon for Investment Manager Tax Professionals, May 2016
Guest Lecturer, Hedge Funds Class, Columbia Business School, April 2011
Guest Lecturer, Hedge Funds Class, New York Law School, August 2010