Moore & Van Allen PLLC
John Beltz represents foreign and domestic, public and private business entities, majority and minority equity holders, financial sponsors, founders, and governing boards. With over two decades of experience, John’s clients trust his extensive legal experience, business acumen, sophistication, calm demeanor, and creativity to achieve positive outcomes.
John advises corporations and other business entities on a broad array of transactions, including cross-border transactions, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, recapitalizations, reorganizations, spin-offs, and other restructurings, as well as equity raises and corporate governance matters. For foreign clients, he advises on legal issues that impact their U.S.-based operations and facilities in today's highly competitive business environment. His practice includes particular emphasis on the structuring of joint ventures in limited liability companies and similar entities, and has involved domestic and international leveraged buyouts, real estate investments, and venture and growth capital investments.
John also serves as primary legal counsel for privately held U.S.-headquartered businesses as well as the U.S. operations of publicly traded internationally-headquartered businesses. In such capacity, John typically coordinates legal services performed by Moore & Van Allen as well as other external law firms and, if applicable, his client’s internal legal services department.
John’s real estate clients engage in various types of real estate projects (including the acquisition, sale and exchange, development, construction, and operation of medical office, office, retail, multi-family, and condominium properties) as well as leasing and property management services.
John’s experience with tax matters enables him to structure tax-efficient transactions for his clients, including the application and negotiation of state and municipal tax incentives for clients in North Carolina and Florida.