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Brandon Jones is a member of Winstead’s Tax Practice Group. With more than 15 years of experience, Brandon spends most of his time assisting and advising closely-held and family-owned businesses and private equity clients in connection with (i) the formation of their business entities including drafting and negotiating the related governing documents, (ii) structuring and restructuring their business holdings, investments, and operations (for asset protection, income tax, estate planning, and other commercial purposes), (iii) corporate governance matters, and (iv) drafting/negotiating joint venture and other agreements related to mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, spin offs and other general commercial matters.

Brandon has experience working with clients across a wide range of industries, including energy, entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, insurance, retail and waste recycling, and with many different types of business entities, including corporations, partnerships, LLCs, REITs and MLPs. Having spent the early part of his legal career working principally in the tax planning and structuring area, Brandon has a unique ability to counsel his clients on a wide array of transactional issues, ranging from income and estate tax planning to general corporate matters. As such, he frequently has the ability to serve as a one-stop-shop for his clients.

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