Josh Gewolb is a tax attorney at Harter Secrest & Emery LLP.
Mr. Gewolb focuses his practice on federal and state tax matters. He has experience with a wide range of corporate transactions, including asset and stock acquisitions, reorganizations, and spin-offs in the context of both closely held and publicly traded businesses. Mr. Gewolb has represented private equity and venture capital funds in all aspects of leveraged buyout transactions and venture financings, and has experience advising clients on federal and state issues related to the use of S corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies in structuring businesses.
Mr. Gewolb maintains an active practice advising not-for-profit entities on tax and corporate matters, with clients ranging from colleges and universities to foundations to trade associations. He represents both for-profit and not-for-profit clients in connection with disputes with federal and state taxing authorities.
Mr. Gewolb is a frequent speaker on topics related to taxation, and serves as tax columnist for the Rochester Business Journal. He is active in bar association activities at the county and state levels and is a member of several state and local bar committees relating to taxation and not-for-profit law.