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Baker McKenzie appoints 12 partners to its global tax group

30 June 2017

Sandra Ekpo

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Baker McKenzie has announced the appointment of 12 partners to the firm’s global tax group.

Nicola Crispino has been promoted to partner in Baker McKenzie’s Milan office, having been a member of its tax group since 2008.

Miles Hurst has been promoted to partner having served as a senior associate in Baker McKenzie's tax team in Sydney.

Edouard de Rancher has been appointed as partner it the firm’s Paris office and will specialise in the taxation of non-profit associations and assets, amongst other things.

Vladimir Efremov will become a partner in the firm’s Moscow office. His area of expertise include cross-border tax planning and tax-efficient structuring of capital transactions in and outside of Russia.

Erik Lind has been appointed as partner in the firm’s Lima office. Lind advises companies in Peru and in the US on tax regimes applicable to their domestic and global economic activity.

Mark Tonkovich has been promoted to partner in Baker McKenzie's Toronto tax group. Tonkovich practices exclusively in tax controversy, he is also a member of the firm's North America tax controversy steering committee.

Joseph Myszka has been appointed as partner in Baker McKenzie’s Palo Alto, California, office. Myszka advises multinationals on issues relating to US federal income tax.

Cecilia Hassan has been promoted as partner in the firm’s Miami office. Hassan practices in the area of global wealth management and international tax.

Maher Haddad has been appointed as a partner in the firm Chicago office. Haddad provides tax structuring advice to corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.

Joseph Judkins has been appointed to partner in Baker McKenzie’s Washington office. Judkins practice focuses on federal tax controversy including audits, IRS appeals, and litigation.

Tamara Levin will become a partner in the firm’s San Francisco tax group. Levin advises on transfer pricing, international tax planning, post-acquisition restructuring and M&A matters.

Lastly, David Pope has been promoted to partner in Baker McKenzie’s New York office. His practice focuses on state and local corporate income tax, property tax, personal income tax amongst other things.

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