Mr. Casalins has been a member of the Latin American practice of the firm since 2008. He focuses on multi-jurisdictional corporate, commercial, restructuring, tax planning and intellectual property matters for closely held multinational corporate groups, and advises non-US clients on their business ventures in the United States. Mr. Casalins also has broad experience advising private domestic and international clients, including “dual-citizens”, in a wide range of matters involving multi-jurisdictional tax and estate planning, including the formation of private foreign foundations, trusts, and asset protection structures. Mr. Casalins also has experience with economic and investment citizenship and tax residence programs, and tax regularizations by individuals, including their participation in certain United States federal and state Voluntary Disclosure Programs.
Mr. Casalins began his career as an associate at a law firm in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he spent several years advising local private clients and local and multinational companies on general corporate matters.
Mr. Casalins received his Law Degree from Universidad Catolica Argentina SMBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina. He also received a Masters of Law Degree (LL.M.) in Banking, Corporate and Finance Law, from Fordham University School of Law.
Mr. Casalins is admitted to practice law in Argentina. His admission to the New York State Bar is pending, presently scheduled for October 2017. He is fluent in Spanish and English.