Shannen L. Naegel provides tax advice to clients on transactions, corporate restructuring matters, strategic planning, and legislation and regulations. Ms. Naegel also counsels clients on nonprofit corporation law and other legal issues affecting nonprofit corporations.
Practice & Background
Ms. Naegel is particularly active in providing a broad spectrum of tax advice to corporate clients regarding out-of-court restructurings and bankruptcies in both domestic and cross-border situations. Her corporate restructuring representations include providing strategic tax advice to restricting companies and creditors (including bankruptcy court created creditors’ committees) regarding restructuring options, minimization of tax liability, retention of tax attributes and tax refunds, and tax consequences to companies and creditors.
Ms. Naegel’s nonprofit corporation representations include advising various tax-exempt organizations, including private foundations and trade associations. Her tax-exempt organization representations include seeking rulings and determinations from tax authorities, structuring and negotiating transactions, providing strategic tax advice regarding activities in the United States and in foreign countries. Ms. Naegel also has broad experience assisting clients with other corporate, partnership, and general tax matters.
Ms. Naegel received her B.A. with honors from the University of Virginia in 2004 and her J.D. in 2007 from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she served as an executive editor of the Virginia Tax Review.