Matthew Waterhouse's practice focuses on U.S. federal income taxation, including corporate taxation and the taxation of international transactions.
Matthew represents clients in a variety of domestic and cross-border M&A transactions, including mergers and other acquisitions, divestitures, tax-free spin-offs and split-offs, and partnership and real estate investment trust (REIT) combinations. He also has experience working on the tax aspects of restructuring and bankruptcy matters, real estate securitization and finance transactions, public and private debt and equity offerings, and special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) transactions.
Matthew has represented a wide range of companies, including LabCorp in its tax-free spin-off of Fortrea, Marubeni in its disposition of its grain business, and Wabtec in its Reverse Morris Trust (RMT) combination with GE Transportation. Before joining Jones Day, Matthew also worked on several large spin-off and split-off transactions at a national law firm.
Matthew is a member of the NYSBA Tax Section and has authored or contributed to a number of Tax Section reports.
Bonus Questions on the New Bonus Depreciation Rules, Tax Notes
- New York University (LL.M. 2020); Harvard University (J.D. 2014); Princeton University (A.B. 2005)
- New York and New Jersey