Adam D. Greenwood

Adam Greenwood joined Ropes & Gray in 2006 as an associate practicing in the tax & benefits department. His practice focuses on transactional tax matters, including matters relating to private equity, real estate and hedge funds; mergers and acquisitions; inbound and outbound investments; and secondary transactions.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Tax, 2) Investment Management, 3) International Tax and 4) Tax Controversy
Law School New York University School of Law (J.D. 2006)
Admitted Year 2002
Education Brown University (A.B., 2003)
Bar Member / Association State Bar Of New York, State Bar Of Massachusetts
Most recent firm Ropes & Gray LLP
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