Morrison & Foerster expands New York tax practice with new partner
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Morrison & Foerster expands New York tax practice with new partner

Tony Carbone

Anthony Carbone has joined Morrison & Foerster’s New York office, bringing with him a wealth of experience on business restructuring, insolvency, private equity, M&A and fund formation practices.

Carbone’s role involves advising on tax planning strategies and the tax implications on various business and investment transactions globally. His practice covers all forms of leveraged buyouts, restructuring, reorganisations, M&A and other different types of investment transactions.

He commonly represents clients such as investment banks, private equity funds, deals sponsors, commercial banks, real estate, hedge funds, venture capital, acquiring and target companies and management groups.

Carbone joins from Willkie Farr & Gallagher’s New York office. 

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