Yaron Z. Reich’s practice focuses on taxation and related matters, including the tax aspects of corporate acquisitions, restructurings, insolvencies and financing techniques. 

He has extensive experience in international transactions, taxation of banks and other financial institutions, foreign investment in the United States, leveraged leasing and project finance, joint ventures, partnerships, real estate transactions, transfer pricing and tax litigation. Yaron has published several significant articles on international tax issues and tax policy.

Yaron joined the firm in 1979 and became a partner in 1986.


  • Member, Executive Committee, New York State Bar Association’s Tax Section; Former Co-Chair, various subcommittees
  • Law Clerk to the Honorable Arlin M. Adams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit 


Proposed IRS Regulations Would Largely Eliminate “Section 956 Deemed Dividends” for U.S. Multinationals and Expand the Range of Credit Support From Non-U.S. Subsidiaries That They Can Provide to Lenders,” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memo (November 1, 2018)

“The Case for a “Super-Matching” Rule,” Tax Law Review, Vol. 65 (2012)

“International Arbitrage Transactions Involving Credible Taxes,” The Tax Magazine (March 2007)

“Taxing Foreign Investors’ Portfolio Investments: Developments and Discontinuities,” Tax Notes (June 15, 1998)

“U.S. Federal Income Taxation of U.S. Branches of Foreign Banks: Selected Issues and Perspectives,” Florida Tax Review, Vol. 2, No. 1 (1994)