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Bill Najmy advises clients in the areas of business transactions and tax planning, including corporate, limited liability company, and partnership formation, as well as the formation and governance of nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations; mergers and acquisitions; tax controversy, including international tax issues; estate planning and probate matters; and the taxation of cryptocurrency and digital assets.

Bill’s clients include individuals, as well as public and private business entities. He designs sophisticated planning structures for his clients that combine the use of trusts and the corporate and LLC forms to achieve his clients’ strategic and long-term business and personal planning goals. Bill also counsels clients on federal tax controversies, including tax audits and regulatory appeals before the Internal Revenue Service.

Beyond corporate and tax matters, Bill also drafts wills, trusts, and advance medical directives as part of advising his clients on estate planning issues, which includes representation and counseling personal representatives of an estate, probate consultation, and trust administration.

Most notably, Bill’s legal practice also focuses on emerging tax and legal technology, particularly the taxation and public policy concerns related to cryptocurrency or digital/virtual currency transactions. He has advised corporate clients on the intricacies of both directly paying employees using digital/virtual currency as well as implementing deferred compensation plans to grant digital asset tokens (cryptocurrency) to the company’s employees, rather than stock or cash.



  • University of Florida Levin College of Law (LL.M., Taxation, 2021)
  • Stetson University College of Law (J.D., 2020)
  • University of Central Florida (B.F.A.)

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