Alex Loshiloff structures and implements pragmatic tax solutions tailored to meet the specific needs of his clients. He has experience in private tax practice and tax planning in-house at one of the largest software companies in the world.
Alex has represented clients in e-commerce, software and cloud, media, education, banking and finance, construction, and manufacturing. He has advised on hundreds of domestic and cross-border merger and acquisition transactions for both public and private companies and banks, including private equity deals and joint ventures. He has significant experience with taxable and tax-deferred transactions, including taxable stock and asset dispositions as well as spin-offs and recapitalizations, and he has provided tax support for issuers of equity and debt domestically and overseas. In the international area, Alex has significant experience advising domestic and multinational clients on various tax aspects of cross-border mergers, acquisitions, and post-acquisition internal restructurings.
Alex has successfully represented companies and individuals in IRS appeals with respect to various tax controversies.
Prior to joining Coblentz, Alex worked at Oracle in Silicon Valley as its Senior Director for Tax Planning, and before that, he was a partner at K&L Gates in New York.
Alex was a guest lecturer at Columbia University School of Law in New York where he presented on tax opinions, and an adjunct professor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh where he taught courses on international business transactions and law for executives.
Alex earned his J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law and his B.A. from Kazan State University in Russia.
Alex is licensed to practice law in New York, currently not admitted to practice in California.