Scott Langley concentrates on tax planning for corporations, including corporations participating in partnerships and other types of joint ventures. He has worked on mergers, both tax-free and taxable, involving both domestic and foreign corporations, as well as the formation and liquidation of partnerships (including LLCs taxable as partnerships) and corporations. He has extensive experience with debt financing, including the issuance of debt instruments (public and private) and private credit agreements, representing both lenders and borrowers. He has advised on international withholding issues, with special concentration on the developing rules relating to FATCA. He has represented corporations entering into equity derivatives, such as options, collars, and notional principal contracts. He has advised hedge funds with respect to all of the above. He also has extensive experience with Subchapter T issues (the taxation of cooperatives).