Brady J. Cox
Brady is a transactional tax lawyer at Jackson Walker in Dallas, where he is a member of the Tax Transactional and M&A Advisory Group. His practice focuses on the tax aspects of domestic and international transactions, and his experience includes the following:
- cross-border and domestic mergers and acquisitions of corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies
- corporate and partnership restructurings, including buyouts and debt-for-equity exchanges
- equity-based compensation arrangements
- like-kind exchanges of real property
- consolidated corporate group transactions
- structuring litigation settlement agreements
- complex division, partition and assignment of community assets with respect to the death of a spouse and marital dissolution
- joint ventures between taxable and tax-exempt entities
- planning and formation of cross-border and domestic private equity projects, and
- international tax treaties.
Brady received his undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism, with cum laude honors, from Utah State University, and his J.D. degree, with summa cum laude honors, from Pepperdine University School of Law. He also has an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University, where he served as a graduate editor of the Tax Law Review. Brady and his wife Rachel have three children.
B.S., cum laude, Utah State University
J.D., summa cum laude, Pepperdine University School of Law
LL.M., Tax, New York University School of Law
- Co-Author, “Tax Advice for a New Administration,” D CEO magazine (April 2021)
- Contributor, “Robust Economic Growth and Tax Law Changes Mean Choice of Entity Decisions More Important than Ever,” The Texas Lawbook (April 2019)
- Co-Author, “2018 Tax Reform – What You Need to Know Now,” Jackson Walker Resources (February 2018)
February 8, 2022Client Results
Jackson Walker Advises Innovative Risk Management in Acquisition by Boston Specialty Insurance Broker
Boston-based specialty insurance broker One80 Intermediaries has announced the acquisition of Jackson Walker client Innovative Risk Management (IRM) and its underwriting affiliate Programs Plus.
April 5, 2021Insights
After the unprecedented year that was 2020, many are looking for signs of a brighter 2021 and financial opportunities that may lie ahead. But there is one constant theme that cuts across both years: change. And with a shift in political control over the executive and legislative branches, significant federal income tax modifications may be on the way for individuals and businesses.
February 13, 2018Insights
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” into law, launching the most significant tax reform in over 30 years. The new law significantly impacts citizens and companies alike in both their domestic and foreign income and assets.