We are a dynamic corporate law firm comprised of highly experienced and diverse attorneys that counsel clients ranging from early-stage companies to Fortune 100 companies on a range of complex business litigation and transactional matters. Our clients come to us to partner with a diverse law firm that can marry BigLaw sophistication with small firm creativity and responsiveness to deliver best value in solving some of their most complex legal challenges.

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We are highly experienced, diverse attorneys delivering the best of BigLaw with small firm efficiency and customized responsiveness. We are agile business lawyers who have honed our skills practicing in large corporate law firms and in-house legal departments of major corporations and governmental agencies. At BurgherGray, we take a practical and goal-oriented approach towards partnering with our clients to solve their most vexing legal problems. We place a premium on understanding our clients’ businesses in order to put ourselves in the best position to anticipate their legal needs and devise tailored solutions to meet them.

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BurgherGray is BEP certified in Illinois

BurgherGray is BEP certified in Illinois

As a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), BurgherGray is proud to be BEP Certified in the State of Illinois, recognized by the Business Enterprise Program (BEP) for Minority, Females, and Persons with Disabilities.

Proposed Regulations on Carried Interests

Proposed Regulations on Carried Interests

On July 31, 2020, the IRS issued proposed regulations ([REG-
107213-18]) under Section 1061 of the Internal Revenue Code
(the “Code”) as required by Code Section 1061(f). The proposed
regulations provide guidance on the application of Code Section
1061, and also include new regulations regarding the treatment
of carried interests held by the partnership sponsor or through
one or more tiered pass-through vehicles. Also, the proposed
regulations contain new reporting rules.

Regulation Best Interest has arrived. Are you ready?

Regulation Best Interest has arrived. Are you ready?

On Friday, June 26, 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation Best Interest in a unanimous opinion, following much controversy in the industry surrounding the rule.

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