Mr Martin Hamilton > Proskauer Rose LLP > New York, United States > Lawyer Profile

Proskauer Rose LLP
11 TIMES SQUARE
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10036-8299
United States
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Work Department

Tax

Position

Martin T. Hamilton is a partner in Proskauer’s Tax Department. He primarily handles U.S. corporate, partnership and international tax matters.

Martin’s practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, cross-border investments and structured financing arrangements, as well as tax-efficient corporate financing techniques and the tax treatment of complex financial products. He has experience with public and private cross-border mergers, acquisitions, offerings and financings, and has advised both U.S. and international clients, including private equity funds, commercial and investment banks, insurance companies and multinational industrials, on the U.S. tax impact of these global transactions.

In addition, Martin has worked on transactions in the financial services, technology, insurance, real estate, health care, energy, natural resources and industrial sectors, and these transactions have involved inbound and outbound investment throughout Europe and North America, as well as major markets in East and South Asia, South America and Australia.

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Tax > International tax

The team at Proskauer Rose LLP is particularly strong on cross-border tax structuring, finance, and fund formation. In New York, practice head Ira Bogner advises on tax aspects of executive compensation arrangements. He works alongside David Miller, an expert in taxation of financial instruments; Martin Hamilton, a key resource regarding cross-border investments; and Amanda Nussbaum, a specialist in tax structuring of real estate transactions. In Boston, Arnold May, Stephen Severo, and Scott Jones advise private equity fund managers on fund-raising and investments. Corporate tax expert Robert Friedman joined from Troutman Pepper in October 2021 while international fund formation specialist Daniel Paulos joined from KPMG in September 2021. Janicelynn Park was promoted to partner in November 2021, and focuses on tax implications for private investment funds.