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Dechert LLP - Tax

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What the team is known for Full-service firm with an international tax practice that plans, structures and advises on corporate transactions, particularly M&A and divestitures. Frequently represents private equity clients, mutual funds and life sciences companies. Expertise includes advising on regulatory matters such as Dodd-Frank Act risk retention issues.

Strengths Clients label this "a team of extremely smart people who do very thorough work."

Market commentators particularly highlight the firm's "fantastic federal tax department."

Work highlights Acted for B&G Foods on tax matters concerning its $765 million cash acquisition of the Le Sueur and Green Giant brands from General Mills.

Provided tax counsel to Wyle on its $600 million acquisition by KBR from Court Square Capital Partners.

Significant clients Wells Fargo, Bregal Partners, Celgene, Graham Partners, CNL Financial Group.

Notable practitioners

Edward Lemanowicz is renowned for his experience in providing counsel on federal tax matters. Clients note that he is "smart, practical and efficient across the board," as well as "very strong in international issues." Peers also highlight his "very sophisticated" practice.

The "truly extraordinary" Richard Wild comes recommended as a "a luminary of tax" who can "make a complex matter very simple." His expertise includes providing counsel on M&A and tax planning matters, as well as acting on private equity deals. One client calls him "one of the smartest people I have ever met."

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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP - Tax

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What the team is known for International tax practice providing tax and transactional planning advice to a wide range of clients, including individuals, partnerships and limited liability companies. Distinguished for its expertise in investment fund formations and operation. Also noted for its strength in tax issues arising from capital markets transactions, drawing on deep SEC expertise.

Strengths Clients are impressed with the firm's expertise in this market, with one stating: "They are really efficient on the tax side. They really know their stuff, and don't spend a lot of time reinventing the wheel."

Work highlights Continued to advise Aramark on multiple tax planning matters, including handling its recent $140 million acquisition of National Purchasing Corp.

Significant clients Nasdaq Stock Market, Tabula Rasa Healthcare, EnergySolutions, Merck, AmeriGas Partners.

Notable practitioners

William Zimmerman offers particular expertise in advising REITs and mutual funds on tax concerns, while also offering broad structuring and reporting experience in the financial services space. Clients describe him as "very practical; he understands the industry he's in and understands the business rather than just the law. He's a good negotiator."

Department profile by Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

With more than 80 tax lawyers resident in 10 offices across the United States and Europe, our deep bench of tax team members represents clients in virtually all major industries (including technology, consumer products, energy, life sciences, banking/finance, and transportation) and across all aspects of our national tax practice: from controversy and litigation to planning and transactional support. Our tax lawyers are market leaders in a large number of the specialty areas of our broad national tax practice, including transfer pricing, tax controversy, transactional tax matters (such as tax planning and tax structuring), partnership taxation, inbound and outbound international planning, benefits and payroll tax, tax-exempt organizations, state and local tax, and the research and development tax credit.
We represent a full range of clients, including multinational corporations, partnerships, estates, individuals, and tax-exempt organizations. When administrative resolution is not possible, our clients trust us to litigate their most significant disputes, and we have litigated an array of large, complex, cutting-edge tax issues. Our team—which includes former US Department of Justice tax litigators, international tax counsel for the US Department of the Treasury, and IRS Chief Counsel attorneys including an IRS Chief Counsel—brings substantive tax knowledge, strategic insight, and decades of experience to these important matters.

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We represent a full range of clients, including multinational corporations, partnerships, estates, individuals, and tax-exempt organizations. When administrative resolution is not possible, our clients trust us to litigate their most significant disputes, and we have litigated an array of large, complex, cutting-edge tax issues. Our team—which includes former US Department of Justice tax litigators, international tax counsel for the US Department of the Treasury, legislation counsel for the US Congress’s Joint Committee on Taxation, Tax Court and federal district court clerks, and IRS Chief Counsel attorneys including an IRS Chief Counsel—brings substantive tax knowledge, strategic insight, and decades of experience to these important matters.

Below are descriptions of our Controversy & Fraud practice and our Corporate & Finance practices.

TAX: CONTROVERSY & FRAUD

Our tax controversy and litigation practice is best known for the following core areas:
Tax Controversy. Our Band 1-ranked nationwide tax controversy practice delivers strategic, practical advice to clients involved in complex and high-dollar disputes with the IRS and state taxing authorities. We guide clients through the various stages of the controversy process, including up-front risk assessments and documentation in the planning process for proposed transactions; representation before the IRS Office of Examinations and IRS Office of Appeals (including negotiating with IRS agents, as well as appearing at appeals conferences and hearings); and representation in the Advance Pricing Agreement (APA) and Competent Authority Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) processes to resolve cross-border transfer pricing adjustments.
Transfer Pricing: Controversy and Litigation. Our transfer pricing professionals assist clients in all aspects of the transfer pricing planning, controversy, and litigation processes. We have represented US- and foreign-based multinational enterprises in some of the largest, most complex, and most important transfer pricing disputes in recent history. Our experience spans a wide spectrum of industries, including ecommerce, high technology, biotech, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, financial services, and a diverse array of consumer products.
Tax Litigation. Our team has litigated some of the largest tax cases in recent years, and our tax litigation experience before the US Supreme Court, US circuit courts of appeal, US district courts, US Tax Court, US Court of Federal Claims, and various state and local courts includes:
• R&D Credit Litigation. Our lawyers have litigated some of the most significant cases involving the research and development tax credit under Internal Revenue Code section 41, and our partners include the author of a leading treatise on the subject.
• Fringe Benefits & Payroll Tax Litigation. Tax lawyers in our leading fringe benefits and payroll tax practice represent clients in various industries on a number of litigations relating to payroll and employee benefit tax issues, including worker classification matters, and we dominate the field for employment, compensation, and payroll tax issues.
• State and Local Tax (SALT) Litigation. We represent clients in SALT controversies in every state as part of our multistate SALT practice.
• Tax-Related Class Action and Qui Tam Matters. We address the technical tax issues and navigate the procedural issues that arise in these matters.
• Appellate Tax Litigation. Our tax litigators collaborate with our leading appellate litigation lawyers to represent clients in tax litigation appeals at all levels of appellate courts.

TAX: CORPORATE & FINANCE

Our full-service transactional tax planning and structuring practice is best known for the following core areas:
• Public & Private Company M&A and Postacquisition Integration. We offer transactional tax- planning services and work with public and private company clients on US domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, spin-offs, joint ventures and strategic alliances, and equity and debt securities offerings. We also advise clients on international and domestic restructurings following acquisitions, including optimal cross-border structures and consolidated return issues.
• Capital Markets. We advise clients on tax issues related to securities offerings, including the preparation of tax opinions required by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). We also counsel specialized entities, such as REITs and Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs), on tax structuring, disclosure, and securities matters.
• Partnerships and Joint Ventures. Our partners literally wrote the book on partnership taxation; authored in 1977, Bill McKee and Will Nelson’s “Federal Taxation of Partnerships and Partners” continues to serve as the leading treatise on partnership taxation, and has been cited a number of times by courts. We advise on the creation, operation, modification, division, and termination of partnerships and joint ventures across industries, including real estate, energy, and public and private investment funds.
• Energy. Our team brings experience in tax planning for the full range of oil and gas transactions, renewable energy project finance and tax equity matters, and large-scale utility transactions. We advise on the development, production, and distribution of fossil fuels in structuring farmouts, joint ventures, and partnerships—including publicly traded partnerships and the unique international tax rules that apply to the extraction and importation of fossil fuels from abroad and in the export of natural gas from the United States.
• Life Sciences & Healthcare. We are trusted tax advisors for major life sciences and healthcare clients seeking advice on tax planning related to M&A, joint ventures, and IP transactions. Our clients include pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, medical practices, health insurers, and managed care organizations.
• Private Equity and Hedge Funds and Institutional Investors. We counsel private equity funds on tax structuring, including transactional tax support for fund formations, as well as portfolio company acquisitions, operations, and dispositions. Fund representations complement our robust and well-known institutional investor tax services.
• Mutual Funds, REITS, and Broker-Dealers. We advise clients on all tax-related aspects associated with the creation and operation of private and pooled investment vehicles, including mutual funds, hedge funds, and REITs, among others. We also assist our clients in addressing information reporting and related matters, and our team has experience working with the entire range of real estate investment structures and asset classes.
• International Tax. Our team advises on all aspects of inbound and outbound US international taxation, including subpart F, foreign tax credits, equity and debt securities offerings, treaty interpretation, and the taxation of cross-border hybrid instruments. We provide complex international tax planning advice and representation across areas such as cross-border M&A, pan-European and global tax-minimization strategies, the structuring outbound investment from the United States into Europe, Asia, and other non-US jurisdictions, and the structuring of foreign investments—such as new businesses, real estate investments, and portfolio investments—in Europe and the Middle East into US investments.
• State and Local Tax (SALT). Our SALT team advises clients on significant multistate tax planning arising in the context of income and franchise, sales and use, gross receipts, and payroll and other taxes. Our team regularly addresses issues including nexus, state conformity to federal income tax provisions, apportionment, composition of the combined reporting group, distinguishing business and nonbusiness income, and applicability of state credit provisions.
• Tax-Exempt Organizations (TEOs). Our market-leading TEO team provides some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated nonprofit institutions with a full range of services, including tax planning, M&A, joint ventures, tax audits and controversies, and program-related and social- impact investments. 


Pepper Hamilton LLP - Tax

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What the team is known for Excels at representing clients in cross-border transactions and in federal tax controversies. Maintains a diverse client base, which includes private equity funds and a range of public and private companies. Recent activity includes providing tax planning counsel to life sciences entities undertaking international expansions.

Strengths One client reports: "They are like an extension to your team. They're willing to tell you what they think and will step up. They're also very competent and good at what they do."

Interviewees also draw attention to the firm's "expertise and breadth across many practice areas."

Work highlights Advised Argotec on its $280 million acquisition by Schweitzer-Mauduit International, negotiating the creation of a tax-efficient structure for the transaction.

Represented Danu Investment Partners in the tax issues related to its purchase of the Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group from Bunker Hill.

Significant clients NewSpring Capital, Vishay Intertechnology, LLR Partners, Lesaffre International, Tenex Capital Management.

Notable practitioners

Joan Arnold is widely considered "an exceptional practitioner" whose longstanding international and federal tax practice includes a strong focus on private equity transactions. Her clients enthuse: "She is phenomenal: the brightest and the best. She is very easy to deal with and explains complicated things in very simple terms. She's terrific."

Howard Goldberg is held in high regard by clients, one of whom notes: "He's a tax expert and has been really helpful to us." He is recognized for his expertise in transactional planning and routinely advises on both domestic and cross-border deals.

Department profile by Pepper Hamilton LLP

Pepper Hamilton’s tax practice group assists clients with proactive tax planning, including mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, public offerings, reorganizations, restructurings, liquidations and structured finance vehicles. Our lawyers are integrally involved in the structure and formation of partnerships, and have significant experience in private equity, hedge and mezzanine funds. Our federal tax practice provides tailored business services to address client needs in a post-Sarbanes-Oxley Act environment, and we have handled state tax appeals for Fortune 1000 companies, small businesses and individuals.
We have extensive experience with administrative matters and regularly represent Fortune 500 companies before the IRS National Office. We handle federal tax controversies from the IRS audit through the administrative appeal, and in litigation. We have represented Fortune 500 companies in IRS audits, administrative appeals, and in litigation before the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. federal district courts, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and U.S. Courts of Appeals. We also have represented privately held corporations, partnerships, trusts, estates, charitable organizations, and high-net-worth individuals in tax controversies. Pepper lawyers also have substantial experience in handling collection matters, including collection issues involving trust fund penalties against corporate officers and other “responsible persons” under Internal Revenue Code Section 6672.



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Pepper’s international tax lawyers have extensive experience helping multinational clients develop and implement strategies that support their overall international tax plan, while complying with the often complex rules of different jurisdictions.  We help our clients navigate the complexities for both inbound and outbound tax issues. We also have extensive experience in preparing earnings and profits calculations from beginning to end to determine the taxability of repatriation strategies and the potential tax credits that may accompany those repatriations.

Pepper’s tax controversy team handles international tax issues, and has obtained successful results in Competent Authority cases to avoid double taxation between the United States and a foreign tax jurisdiction in transactions between a U.S. taxpayer and a related foreign affiliate.






Reed Smith LLP - Tax

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Commentary from the Chambers USA guide

What the team is known for Highly regarded Pittsburgh-based firm with a broad-reaching tax practice. Particularly famed for its high-quality state and local tax group, which possesses expertise in tax planning and controversy. Draws on strong national presence to advise on state tax issues arising across the country.

Strengths One client comments: "They stand out from other firms for their responsiveness, consistency, flexibility, talent pool, diverse background of staff and for their ability to assist with any issue across the US."

Sources highlight the firm's "very strong state and local practice, with a lot of tax planning and state tax litigation experience."

Work highlights Secured a multimillion-dollar refund for Dick’s Sporting Goods in a sales tax dispute before the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court.

Counseled Robindale Energy Services on tax matters arising from its $75 million purchase of the Seward Power Plant.

Significant clients GM, SpaceX, Wells Fargo, Level 3 Communications, Mission Funding Alpha.

Notable practitioners

The "terrifically client-focused" Lee Zoeller is renowned by peers and clients alike for his "incredibly sophisticated" state and local tax expertise, which draws on deep administrative and judicial experience. Clients state: "He's very intelligent, easy to work with and extremely helpful. He is always willing to field the question and help out as best he can."

Leo Hitt maintains a strong reputation for his experience in tax matters arising from transactions such as securities offerings, acquisitions and partnership syndications. He routinely provides counsel on energy projects and real estate transactions.

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Blank Rome LLP - Tax

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What the team is known for Offers experienced counsel in corporate transactions and tax issues concerning employee benefits and executive compensation programs. Notable strength in real estate deals, including those involving foreign investors. Also recognized for its fund formation practice.

Strengths "Every individual I have met at Blank Rome is impressive. They are strong in all areas. They are my first choice as counsel and will remain so," enthuses one client.

Work highlights Represented the founders of energy consulting company Warner Enterprises in US Tax Court litigation regarding IRS stipulations on partnership expenses and losses under Section 183 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Continued to provide tax counsel to Wedgewood Pharmacy, recently advising on the majority equity investment made in the company by New Harbor Capital.

Significant clients L3C Capital Partners, PCB Group, Life Extension Foundation, Bridge Tower, ZS Fund.

Notable practitioners

Daniel Blickman attracts praise for his strong state and federal tax practice, which includes notable expertise in investment fund formation transactions. One client remarks: "We think very highly of him. He's a very smart guy with a nice demeanor that means he can accomplish our goals without aggravating the other side. He has done a very good job for us."

Cory Jacobs is praised by clients for his "real-time, actionable feedback and deep understanding of the tax code." His broad transactional practice includes counseling on national and international tax matters. Interviewees describe him as a "very practical straight shooter who tries to helps you try and solve problems as best he can."

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Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP - Tax

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What the team is known for Well-regarded group noted for its experience advising on tax matters associated with transactions. Expertise in state and local concerns as well as federal controversy work. Broad practice includes regional and international M&A, capital markets deals and private equity transactions.

Strengths One client simply states: "They are a first-rate firm with strong people that do a great job."

Notable practitioners

"Tax expert" Stephen Hamilton is highly valued for his deep knowledge in structuring a wide range of transactions, drawing on notable expertise in areas such as international planning. He is held in high regard by clients, one of whom states: "Steve is my favorite tax lawyer anywhere. He is very imaginative. I give him my hardest tax problems."

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Duane Morris LLP - Tax

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What the team is known for Strong transactional tax practice that advises a range of domestic and international clients on structuring deals. Also noted for its handling of state and federal controversy work, which includes acting on criminal proceedings.

Strengths Clients are impressed with the firm's tax offering, with one noting: "It's a firm I trust with my company's reputation. They go out of their way to be proactive; I love that they keep us informed in a continually changing world."

Work highlights Served as tax counsel to Iroko Pharmaceuticals on its $140 million secured loan facility with CRG and parallel pay-off of a loan facility held with a different lender.

Counseled South American investors on tax matters arising from the corporate restructuring of $72 million in assets across six jurisdictions throughout Europe, South America and the USA.

Significant clients Albert Cambata, JM Financial Securities, Bajaj Finance.

Notable practitioners

Tax practice chair Stephen DiBonaventura comes recommended for his expert tax counsel on large-scale transactions. He routinely advises on the structuring of deals such as spin-offs, M&A and restructurings. His practice also includes advising on deals involving distressed companies.

"Talented international tax lawyer" Hope Krebs is highly regarded by clients for her "outstanding experience" and "practical advice on complex matters." She is a go-to attorney for a range of cross-border deals, including restructurings and credit facility negotiations.

Department profile by Duane Morris LLP

The Tax Practice Group is an integral part of the firm's transactional practice. We work closely with our business lawyers to structure and effectuate complex transactions from a tax perspective to better fit our client's business objectives. We also maintain an independent tax practice that focuses on public and private domestic and foreign business entities (corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies), private clients and tax-exempt organizations, including federal, state and local tax controversy matters for all of the foregoing.

Many of our lawyers are recognized authorities in their fields, consultants to other professional advisors, frequent speakers and panelists at tax conferences and authors of tax articles and treatises.

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• Business Transactions
• State and Local Tax Matters
• International Tax Matters
• Civil and Criminal Tax Controversy Practice
• Private Clients

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Pepper Hamilton LLP

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Joan Arnold is widely considered "an exceptional practitioner" whose longstanding international and federal tax practice includes a strong focus on private equity transactions. Her clients enthuse: "She is phenomenal: the brightest and the best. She is very easy to deal with and explains complicated things in very simple terms. She's terrific."

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Cozen O'Connor

From the Chambers USA guide

Joseph Bright of Cozen O'Connor is "the premier state and local tax lawyer in Pennsylvania," according to one interviewee. He acts on both contentious and noncontentious matters and is highly valued by clients for his "attention to detail, knowledge of the law and incredible ability to be able to address things so that a better outcome is achieved for everybody."

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Stephen D. D. Hamilton

Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

"Tax expert" Stephen Hamilton is highly valued for his deep knowledge in structuring a wide range of transactions, drawing on notable expertise in areas such as international planning. He is held in high regard by clients, one of whom states: "Steve is my favorite tax lawyer anywhere. He is very imaginative. I give him my hardest tax problems."

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Dechert LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

The "truly extraordinary" Richard Wild comes recommended as a "a luminary of tax" who can "make a complex matter very simple." His expertise includes providing counsel on M&A and tax planning matters, as well as acting on private equity deals. One client calls him "one of the smartest people I have ever met."

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Stephen DiBonaventura

Duane Morris LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Tax practice chair Stephen DiBonaventura comes recommended for his expert tax counsel on large-scale transactions. He routinely advises on the structuring of deals such as spin-offs, M&A and restructurings. His practice also includes advising on deals involving distressed companies.

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Blank Rome LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Cory Jacobs is praised by clients for his "real-time, actionable feedback and deep understanding of the tax code." His broad transactional practice includes counseling on national and international tax matters. Interviewees describe him as a "very practical straight shooter who tries to helps you try and solve problems as best he can."

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Baker & Hostetler LLP

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Experienced litigator Kevin Johnson of Baker & Hostetler LLP is held in high regard for his tax controversy practice, which draws on previous experience in-house at the IRS. He is also recognized for his handling of cross-border planning matters.

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Edward Lemanowicz

Dechert LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Edward Lemanowicz is renowned for his experience in providing counsel on federal tax matters. Clients note that he is "smart, practical and efficient across the board," as well as "very strong in international issues." Peers also highlight his "very sophisticated" practice.

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William Zimmerman

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

William Zimmerman offers particular expertise in advising REITs and mutual funds on tax concerns, while also offering broad structuring and reporting experience in the financial services space. Clients describe him as "very practical; he understands the industry he's in and understands the business rather than just the law. He's a good negotiator."

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Reed Smith LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

The "terrifically client-focused" Lee Zoeller is renowned by peers and clients alike for his "incredibly sophisticated" state and local tax expertise, which draws on deep administrative and judicial experience. Clients state: "He's very intelligent, easy to work with and extremely helpful. He is always willing to field the question and help out as best he can."

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Ballard Spahr LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Saba Ashraf of Ballard Spahr LLP co-leads the firm's tax group advising clients, both nationally and internationally, on a wide range of matters pertaining to tax law including leveraged buyouts, private equity investments and loan workouts.

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Blank Rome LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Daniel Blickman attracts praise for his strong state and federal tax practice, which includes notable expertise in investment fund formation transactions. One client remarks: "We think very highly of him. He's a very smart guy with a nice demeanor that means he can accomplish our goals without aggravating the other side. He has done a very good job for us."

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Howard S. Goldberg

Pepper Hamilton LLP

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Howard Goldberg is held in high regard by clients, one of whom notes: "He's a tax expert and has been really helpful to us." He is recognized for his expertise in transactional planning and routinely advises on both domestic and cross-border deals.

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Reed Smith LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Leo Hitt maintains a strong reputation for his experience in tax matters arising from transactions such as securities offerings, acquisitions and partnership syndications. He routinely provides counsel on energy projects and real estate transactions.

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Ballard Spahr LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Wendi Kotzen of Ballard Spahr LLP comes recommended for her "strong reputation in the state and local area." She maintains a strong focus on tax issues arising from real estate transactions, acting for clients such as REITs and developer partnerships on a range of deals.

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Duane Morris LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

"Talented international tax lawyer" Hope Krebs is highly regarded by clients for her "outstanding experience" and "practical advice on complex matters." She is a go-to attorney for a range of cross-border deals, including restructurings and credit facility negotiations.

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Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP

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David Shapiro of Saul Ewing LLP is described by sources as "a very good international tax lawyer." His strong planning capabilities include advising on cross-border joint ventures, M&A and financings across a range of industries.

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