Bob Jason is an internationally-recognized tax expert who has advised many of the world’s most famous celebrities, as well as businesses from startups to public companies. He has lectured all over the country, including multiple times at Harvard Law School, and has published numerous tax articles that he suspects no one has ever read.
Bob’s focus is Tax, and he specializes in:
- Entertainment, Music and Sports
- International Tax
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- LLCs and Partnerships
- Technology and Start-Ups
Bob graduated with honors from Harvard College, where he was a math major, and Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.
Bob has been a member of the Board of Contributing Editors of Entertainment Law & Finance since 1995, and he is also a longtime member of the Motion Picture and Television Tax Institute. He is active in community and charitable affairs, including Imagine L.A., through which he mentors families to help empower them to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
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