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NINA KRAUTHAMER focuses her practice on Federal, state, and international tax matters involving high net worth individuals, public and private companies and not-for-profit organizations. She regularly advises foreign individuals and companies on U.S. tax matters, including planning for investment in U.S. real estate. She reviews complex corporate mergers and acquisitions, and structures partnerships, joint ventures and limited liability companies in both the domestic and cross-border context.
Nina’s articles, “Help – My Exclusively Foreign Trust Now Has a U.S. Beneficiary! What Are the Issues a Trustee Will Now Face?” and “New York Estate Tax on Real and Tangible Property – When Intangibles Become Tangible,” have appeared in the ABA RPTE eReport, published by the ABA Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section. She is co-author of the article “Financing a U.S. Subsidiary—Debt vs. Equity,” written with Galia Antebi and published in the Journal of Taxation and Regulation of Financial Institutions. She has also written a regular International Tax Matters column for the Journal of Taxation of Investments.
Nina was formerly a chair of an A.B.A. Section of Taxation subcommittee focusing on foreign investment in the United States. She participated as an A.B.A. Section of Taxation Panel Chair on “The ABC's of FIRPTA Withholding” and was a Panel Participant on “Fundamentals of International Taxation” for the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, where she received the highest speaker rating. Ms. Krauthamer was an adjunct professor in the Baruch College Masters of Taxation Program. She has recently taught a masters class on international estate planning at New York Law School and presented at two programs on investment in foreign and U.S. real estate (Bloomberg, Strattra).
Nina has assisted many charities involved in disaster and humanitarian relief, including Nino's Restaurant 9/11 Fund (in response to the 9/11 disaster) and S.O.S. (Save Our South) Foundation in connection with Hurricane Katrina, as well as the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc. (the overseas arm of the American Jewish community) and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany, commonly known as the Claims Conference, which aids victims of Nazi persecution. She has advised the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, the largest home healthcare charity in the United States.
New York University, School of Law – LL.M. in Taxation (1978)
University of Michigan Law School – J.D. (1975)
Barnard College – B.A., magna cum laude (1972)
New York Bar – 1976