Overview

Mr. Walch is a member of the firm's Tax and Estate Planning section. He has over 30 years of experience advising clients with complex tax planning and business structuring. He has considerable experience in minimizing taxes through the use of pass-through and other business entities, both domestically and internationally. Mr Walch also frequently structures real estate and corporate transactions, including recently advising clients on the purchase of New York City's largest undeveloped property.

Mr. Walch regularly advises clients on business dealings and tax planning involving Native American nations, and is a frequent national and local speaker on Indian law and tax topics. He represents taxpayers in tax compliance and litigation matters, including representation in the U.S. Tax Court and state tax agencies.

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Speaking Engagements

  • Doing Business in China
    Institute of Management Accountants, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • State and Federal Taxation of Tribes, Tribal Members, and Tribal Corporations
    National Intertribal Tax Alliance, Catusa, Oklahoma
  • Native American Law Update
    Utah State Bar, Salt Lake City
  • Contracts and Leases for Your Practice
    International Association of Financial Planners
  • Pipeline/Utility Tax Issues
    National Intertribal Tax Alliance, Valley Center, California
  • Imposing and Administering Tribal Taxes
    National Intertribal Tax Alliance, Reno, Nevada
  • What Utah Real Estate Lawyers Should Know about Indian Law
    Utah State Bar
  • Overcoming Tribal Real Estate Development Obstacles
    NBI, Salt Lake City
  • Doing Business with Indian Tribes
    University of Utah, Salt Lake City
  • Tax Issues in Entity Selection
    NBI, Salt Lake City
  • New Perspectives on Like-Kind Exchanges
    Utah State Bar, Salt Lake City
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