Timothy A. Lloyd
With more than 30 years of experience addressing complex tax and business law problems, Tim Lloyd is a problem solver who crafts creative solutions to clients' issues. He focuses on proactively understanding his clients' businesses and objectives first and delivering advice in a clear, practical manner.
Tim's experience includes negotiating and structuring domestic and cross-border joint ventures and partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, forming and managing emerging companies, U.S. investments by non-U.S. residents, and incentive compensation vehicles. He works with companies and individuals across a broad spectrum of industries and sectors, including automotive, biotechnology, communications, consulting, energy, financial services, healthcare, nonprofits, private equity, real estate, and technology. He also advises high-net worth individuals on complicated tax matters. Over his career he has spoken and written on a variety of tax and legal topics.
Tim is passionate about giving back to the community. He has dedicated substantial time to pro bono legal services throughout his career and chairs Miami University's Pre-Law Advisory Board. He is also a retired travel soccer coach.
Areas of Focus
Advising a leading U.S. technology company on a biotech joint venture with a non-U.S. company.
Structured and implemented creative, tax-efficient financing and incentive compensation arrangements for early-stage technology incubator.
Advised an automotive parts manufacturer on tax aspects of multiple dispositions of business units.
Represent a private investment and trading company on innovative tax structures involving U.S. and non-U.S. entities.
Represent an international consulting firm on U.S. and international tax and corporate matters.
Advised a tax-exempt organization on the tax aspects of an international joint venture to develop a high-powered telescope.
Advised a healthcare organization on the tax aspects of a hospital venture.
Advised a nonprofit healthcare organization on tax aspects of a reorganization.