The Ins and Outs of International Law Practice
PERRY LERNER '65 P'89
TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1992

The Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum is pleased to
welcome Perry Lerner, a lawyer with the law firm
O'Melveny and Myers. Mr. Lerner specializes in international tax planning for foreign persons investing in
the U.S. and for Americans and American companies
investing abroad. His work involves foreign and domestic joint ventures, investments in U.S. and foreign real
estate, mergers and acquisitions of U.S. and foreign
companies, intercompany pricing matters, and international financings. He also represents U.S. and foreign high net worth individuals in business and tax planning
matters.

From January 1988 to August 1991 Mr. Lerner was the
managing partner of the firm's London office. While in
London, he acted for the developers of the Canary
Wharf project in London's Docklands, U.S. and Japanese investors in U.K. and European real estate, and
U.S. and foreign parties in European mergers and
acquisitions. He advised the Barcelona, Albertville,
Lillehammer, and International Olympic Committees
on the U.S. tax aspects of the Olympic Games. He also
advised several U.S. and foreign clients in connection
with the tax aspects of their overseas activities, including
Bankers Trust, Security Pacific-Hoare Govett, and The
Walt Disney Company.

Mr. Lerner graduated from CMC in 1965 and earned a
JD from Harvard Law School in 1968. He is the father of
Marci Lerner, CMC class of 1989, who is currently in law
school in New York.

Please join us for an exciting look at aspects of
international law. Dinner begins at 6:00 followed by Mr.
Lerner's presentation at 7:00. You are also welcome to
the reception at 5:30. Just fill out the enclosed reservation form.