Stuart L. Rosow
Lecturer in Law
Stuart Rosow joined the Firm in 1997 as a partner in the Tax Department and is Co-Chair of the Transactional Tax Practice Group. He concentrates on the taxation of complex business and investment transactions. His practice includes representation of publicly traded and privately held corporations, financial institutions, operating international and domestic joint ventures, and investment partnerships, health care providers, charities and other tax-exempt entities and individuals.
Mr. Rosow graduated from Yale University and Harvard Law School. He clerked for the Hon. Walter J. Cummings, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. A frequent lecturer at CLE programs, Mr. Rosow is also an adjunct faculty member of the Columbia Law School where he currently teaches Partnership Taxation. He has served as a member of the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association Tax Section and has chaired the Committee on Tax-Exempt Entities and the Committee on Taxation of Real Property. He was also chair of the Personal Income Tax Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.