Ryan Q. Moon

Ryan Moon practices in the areas of business, finance and tax law. Mr. Moon represents individuals and businesses in the areas of federal taxation, state and local taxation, estate planning, business formations and business transactions. 

Experience

  • Representing individuals, estates and businesses involved in tax examinations, audits, appeals and litigation with the Internal Revenue Service, Louisiana Department of Revenue and local taxing authorities.
  • Structuring transactions and businesses to minimize federal, state and local tax liability.
  • Advising clients on various types of entity and joint venture formations, advising buyers and sellers in the acquisition and sale of small and large businesses and general counseling of both established and emerging businesses.
  • Assisting new and expanding businesses to secure federal, state and local tax and business incentives.
  • Representing individuals and businesses, including Certified Public Accountants and their clients, in researching complex tax issues.
  • Advising clients with respect to and the drafting of wills, trusts, nonprofit organizations and family limited liability companies, as well as representing clients in succession matters.
  • Providing advice to nonprofits on formation, corporate governance, tax exemption and compliance with tax exempt law.

Insights

Speaking Engagements
  • Presenter, "Legal Issues Every Nonprofit & Its Board Members Need to Know," Baton Rouge Area Foundation (November 2014)
  • Presenter, "Construction Projects in Louisiana: State and Local Tax Issues and Incentives," Baton Rouge Bar Association (May 2014)
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Memberships & Affiliations

  • Louisiana State Bar Association - Taxation Section; Corporate & Business Law Section
  • Baton Rouge Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Council of the Louisiana State Law Institute (2012)
  • Southwest Louisiana Law Center (Past Board Member)

Recognition

  • Louisiana Super Lawyers - Rising Stars