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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius appoints new tax controversy partner

24 August 2017

Natalie Leonidou

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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius has appointed Jenny Austin as a tax controversy partner in its Chicago office.

Austin is an experienced federal tax controversy lawyer and seasoned tax litigator. She joins the firm from Baker McKenzie, where she worked for more than 13 years as a partner.

Austin serves clients in all stages of tax controversies, from US Internal Revenue Service examinations through to administrative appeals, alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and litigation before state tax courts and the US Tax Court.

She has represented clients in all aspects of transfer pricing, including the cross-border transfer pricing of tangible assets and intellectual property and other intangible assets, services, and cost sharing agreements. Austin also consults taxpayers worldwide on issues such as US tax obligations and international tax implications of offshore operations, as well as withholding, excise tax, and information reporting responsibilities.

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