Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A. brings innovative, effective and practical solutions to the complex problems clients face in today’s interwoven and evolving arenas of law, commerce, technology, insurance, education, healthcare, government and public relations. With offices in Charleston, Columbia, Florence, Greenville, and Myrtle Beach the firm has 115 experienced attorneys encompassing a broad spectrum of business and litigation practice areas.
Kutak Rock is a national law firm of more than 500 lawyers with 18 offices coast-to-coast. The firm serves local, regional and national clients in commercial matters, including finance, mergers and acquisitions, securities, intellectual property, real estate, litigation, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy, with numerous areas of specialization. In addition, the firm serves municipal and governmental entities in public finance matters and is listed among the most active bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel firms in the nation. Kutak Rock dispels the myth of the “unattainable triangle of service”, delivering excellent service, high-quality legal counsel and a value-based fee structure, without compromise. Kutak Rock prioritizes talent and efficient business operations, and is focused on earning its client’s trust through outstanding experiences, one matter at a time.
Aaron Scheuer is a tax attorney with Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A., in Columbia, South Carolina. As member of the firm’s tax team, Aaron advises businesses, nonprofits, and individuals in all matters related to federal income taxes, estate and gift taxes, and state and local taxes. Prior to joining the firm, Aaron worked as an attorney for the South Carolina Department of Revenue in the Department’s Policy and Litigation sections. Aaron received his LL.M. in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center in 2012, J.D. from the Charleston School of Law in 2011, and B.A. from the University of Virginia in 2005.
Judith K. Crosby is of counsel in Kutak Rock LLP’s Omaha office. Her practice focuses on tax law, with particular expertise in historic rehabilitations, affordable housing, partnership law, nonprofit law, and equity financing of partnerships and limited liability companies. She has represented investors, syndicators and developers and provided tax structuring advice in hundreds of tax credit transactions, including mixed-income projects, mixed-use projects, assisted living projects, single-room occupancy projects for homeless individuals, mixed-finance public housing and HOPE VI projects, projects which are financed by a combination of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (federal and state) and Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits (federal and state), and projects financed by the New Markets Tax Credit. Ms. Crosby also provides general partnership and corporate tax advice on a range of issues, including choice of entity, tax-exempt entity formation and maintenance, tax-deferred exchanges of real estate, and state tax.