As a business lawyer and CPA, I can translate highly technical tax and legal concepts into relatable terms for my clients and serve as a true strategic advisor on the complex challenges they face throughout the life cycle of their businesses.
With a unique background in business law and accounting, Brian Clark guides clients through a broad range of matters that impact their businesses, including tax planning and corporate transactions. He advises clients on the federal income tax consequences of a variety of transactions, including the acquisition and disposition of businesses and assets, structuring joint ventures and partnerships, and business succession planning.
Brian has assisted in structuring numerous private equity transactions, representing both buyers and sellers across several industries, ranging from payment-processing technology and software development to refinery contracting and energy services. He also has substantial experience providing tax and transactional advice to technology companies, as well as structuring joint ventures between for-profit and non-profit organizations.
In addition to his tax planning and transactional practice, Brian advises clients on a variety of corporate and commercial law matters, including corporate governance, choice of entity and asset protection. He also frequently handles Affordable Care Act controversies, including employer shared responsibility payment and penalty assessments.
Brian is licensed to practice law in Texas and Louisiana, and he previously worked as a CPA at a Big Four accounting firm. He is a regular speaker on federal income tax issues at events throughout Texas.