Eugene Sherayzen is the founder and owner of Sherayzen Law Office. Mr. Sherayzen received his B.A. in Political Science, History, and Global Studies with Summa Cum Laude honors at the University of Minnesota. Then, he graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School with Cum Laude honors. Mr. Sherayzen has been a prolific writer. In 2008, he published an article “Minnesota Unemployment Insurance: Independent Contractors in the Trucking Industry” MSBA (Tax Section, Quarterly Newsletter, Volume 10, #5, 2008). Since then, he has written a number of articles that were published on the Internet. On October 4, 2010, his new article “Preventing the Disaster: Understanding When to File the Report on Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts” was published by the MSBA Tax Section in its Quarterly Newsletter. Mr. Sherayzen is fluent in English and Russian; he also has a working knowledge of the Spanish language.
Since 2005, Mr. Sherayzen has been helping individuals and companies to solve their personal and business problems, protect their interests, properly plan for future events, and even develop their business further. He primarily practices in the areas of business law, contract law, intellectual property law (trademarks and copyright), estate planning, tax law, and international business and tax law. Mr. Sherayzen has handled cases from various industries, concentrating his services on small- and medium-size businesses as well as individuals. Mr. Sherayzen is a member of the State of Minnesota Bar, Minnesota State Bar Association, and American Bar Association. He is also a member of the MSBA Publications Committee and the treasurer of the International Business Law Section of the MSBA.
Among his favorite hobbies are tennis and chess. In 2006, Mr. Sherayzen won Tornado Section of the Minnesota Open. He has found that the active rhythm of tennis and deep calculations in chess complement his law practice well.
Business Law, Contract Law, Estate Planning, International and U.S. Tax Law, and International Trade Law.
Art, Construction, Dentistry, Design, Internet, Information Technology, Learning Technologies, Liquor, Management, Manufacturing, Marketing, Medical, Music, Professional, Publishing, Real Estate, Restaurant, Retail, Sales, Software, Transportation, Technology.
University of Minnesota Law School
Juris Doctor, 2005; Cum Laude Honors
University of Minnesota
B.A., 2002, Global Studies, History and Political Science; Summa Cum Laude Honors
Winner of the George D. Green Prize in American History, 2002
Preventing the Disaster: Understanding When to File the Report on Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR), MSBA Tax Section, Quarterly Newsletter, Volume 13 #7 (2010).
Minnesota Unemployment Insurance: Independent Contractors in the Trucking Industry, MSBA Tax Section, Quarterly Newsletter, Volume 10 #5 (2008).
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