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Jared D. Mobley

Jared Mobley is a partner in the Charlotte office and focuses his practice on complex aspects of US federal, state, and local taxation, including creating and implementing tax-efficient structures for the firm's clients. His practice covers many facets of tax law that are intertwined with the business activities of the firm's clients, including: advising clients on the tax aspects of private equity, mezzanine capital, and M&A transactions, as well as joint ventures and financial product transactions; assisting families and other clients with intergenerational business and wealth planning and transfers; creating, implementing, and analyzing executive compensation arrangements; advising litigators and litigation clients on the tax aspects of lawsuit settlements and judgments; and assisting nonprofit entities in respect of organizational and operational matters. He works on intergenerational planning and tax matters for various family offices and family businesses. Jared frequently advises clients on the tax and business aspects of LLCs, “S” corporations, and other flow-through entities.

  • Recognized by The Legal 500 United States as a Recommended Lawyer for US taxes: non-contentious, 2024
  • Fellow, American College of Tax Counsel
  • Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® for Tax Law, 2010-2024
  • Named to the BTI Consulting Group M&A Client Service All-Stars list in 2021
  • American Bar Association (Tax Section)
  • North Carolina Bar Association (Tax Section Council, 2003-2013; Chair, 2012-2013)
  • South Carolina Bar Association (Tax Section)
  • Association for Corporate Growth – Charlotte Chapter (President, 2010-2011)
  • “An Overview: The Taxation of Settlements and Judgments,” South Carolina Damages, South Carolina Bar (2nd edition, 2009) and (Supplement, 2017)
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