Bruce Wein concentrates on federal, state and international tax matters involving public and private companies, including limited liability companies, partnerships and joint ventures.

Bruce's corporate tax practice historically has focused on corporate acquisitions and reorganizations, including insolvency and bankruptcy reorganizations, spinoff transactions, S corporations, debt and equity offerings including the representation of financial service firms such as insurance companies, private equity and alternative asset funds, including real estate and life settlement funds. In addition to representing fund managers and their affiliated funds generally, a focus of Bruce's practice of late has been estate planning and maximizing the after tax returns of both managers and investors.

Bruce also has considerable experience in structuring sophisticated financial arrangements including leveraged leasing and sale leasebacks involving real estate, as well as equipment including renewable energy projects. His practice includes advising regularly regarding structuring of joint ventures including master limited partnerships involving real estate as well as the energy sector including exploration, and development.

Bruce formerly served as the Chair of DLA Piper's Transactional Tax practice.