Sean Clancy assists clients with a broad range of tax and business planning matters and related tax policy matters. In tax and business planning, he concentrates on mergers and acquisitions, corporate tax and executive compensation. He regularly advises private investment funds on the tax structuring of control positions in portfolio companies including equity rollovers by management and the use of earnouts. Mr. Clancy also counsels funds on tax structuring issues arising in connection with mezzanine debt, management buyouts and recapitalizations. He also advises on and negotiates tax representations/covenants and tax indemnities in acquisition agreements. Within the public policy area, Mr. Clancy focuses on federal administrative, regulatory and legislative matters involving a range of tax and corporate finance issues. Mr. Clancy previously served as an adjunct professor in the Master of Laws in Taxation Program at Georgetown University Law Center.