Weil elects new tax partner and counsel
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Weil elects new tax partner and counsel

Weil, Gotshal & Manges has elected 13 new partners and 11 new counsels, including one tax partner and one counsel specialising in tax.

Jonathan Macke is now a partner at the firm’s tax practice in Dallas. He focuses on the tax aspects of a wide range of corporate transactions, including domestic and cross-border M&A transactions, joint ventures, and financing transactions. Macke has significant experience advising on transactions involving partnerships and other pass-through entities. He also advises sponsor and investor clients in a wide variety of private investment funds, including leveraged buyout, energy, infrastructure, region-specific (including Asia and India) and real estate opportunity funds. 

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Jonathan Macke, partner

JoonBeom Pae has been appointed as counsel in the firm’s tax practice in New York. His practice focuses on the tax aspects of private equity transactions with an emphasis on private fund formation. Pae has substantial experience advising both private fund sponsors and investors in the formation, structuring and investment activities of various types of private funds, including buyout, infrastructure, real estate and debt funds based in the US, Europe and Asia.

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JoonBeom Pae, counsel

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