Kelly Rubin is a federal tax lawyer practicing primarily in the areas of corporate tax, U.S. and cross-border M&A, financings, and securities offerings. She advises clients from a wide variety of industries on tax-related issues, including federal and international tax planning, compliance, withholding, and reporting.
Kelly has extensive experience in providing tax advice on offerings of U.S. and foreign issuer stock, investment-grade, high yield, and convertible notes and complex financial instruments, as well as exchange offers, tender offers, and consent solicitations. She has represented borrowers and lenders on numerous syndicated and single-lender financings, including cross-border and incremental financings and financings involving mezzanine, second lien, or other junior debt.
Kelly has advised public and private companies, hedge funds, and private equity firms on U.S. and cross-border M&A transactions and other tax-efficient planning. She has helped clients navigate complex withholding and compliance issues, including those relating to tax treaties, FIRPTA (Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act), and FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act). Her practice extends to chapter 11 and out-of-court restructurings.
Kelly is a graduate of the State Bar of Texas Tax Section Leadership Academy (2016-2017) and the current chair of the Corporate Tax Committee of the State Bar of Texas Tax Section.
Proposed Treasury Regulations Permit Foreign Subsidiary Credit Support for U.S. Multinational Financings
- August 1-2, 2019
Co-Director of 37th Annual Advanced Tax Law Course in Houston, TexasBarCLE
- January 25, 2019
Choice of Entity Considerations Post-Tax Reform, Tax Law in a Day, State Bar of Texas
- November 17, 2015
TEI Dallas Chapter Tax Seminar
- New York University (LL.M. in Taxation 2016); Harvard University (J.D. 2012); Cornell University (B.A. in Classics 2009; Phi Beta Kappa)
- Texas and New York