is a counsel in O’Melveny’s Los Angeles office and a member of the Tax Practice. Bryan's practice is broad and encompasses a variety of tax matters in both the domestic and cross-border contexts. Bryan has experience in tax matters related to investment fund formations; partnerships and joint ventures; derivatives and other financial instruments; debt issuances and restructurings; and REITs and real estate transactions. Bryan is also familiar with renewable energy tax credits, tax-exempt financings and other tax issues common to the energy and infrastructure fields.
Honors, Recognized as a Southern California “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers and published in Los Angeles Magazine (2013).
Author, “Proposed Guidance Under Code Section 7874(c)(2)(B),” Tax Notes, 2009 TNT 103-55 (May 18, 2009); California Tax Lawyer, Summer 2009, at 12. Presented before Internal Revenue Service and Treasury officials, Staff members of the House Ways & Means Committee, and a delegation from the Staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation (May, 2009).
Co-Author, “The New Limited Partner Exception Under Section 892: How Helpful Is It?,” Real Estate Finance Journal, Summer, 2012, at 61; “Regulation of Collateralized Loan Obligations: Where We Are Today,” 128 The Banking Law Journal 47 (2011).
Recent Speaking Engagements, Panelist, “The Final FATCA Regulations: From the Beltway to the World — Exporting U.S. Tax Complexity . . . Again” (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, Los Angeles Branch, February 5, 2013 Town Hall Emergency Meeting); “New Information Reporting and Withholding Regime of the HIRE Act” (Los Angeles County Bar Association Seminar, April 22, 2010; Los Angeles International Tax Club Meeting, May 13, 2010).
Past Chair, Foreign Tax Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Member, Taxation Sections of American Bar Association; Los Angeles County Bar Association.