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Barrage brings international tax experience to Baker & McKenzie

01 October 2012

ITR Correspondent

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Baker & McKenzie has hired a new tax partner for its Washington, DC office.

Rafic Barrage advises clients in a range of industries including software/high-tech, cruise line, and global container shipping on issues such as restructuring, IP migration, supply chain planning, e-commerce/cloud computing, repatriation planning and pre- and post-acquisition planning.

Barrage moves to Baker & McKenzie from Mayer Brown, where he was also a partner. He has also worked as an associate at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft and at Deloitte.






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