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Foley & Lardner’s tax team grows

Foley & Lardner has expanded its taxation, private equity and venture capital practice with the appointment of Raj Tanden as partner in the Los Angeles office.

Tanden moves to Foley & Lardner from Proskauer Rose where he was a partner for five years, before which he was a partner at Morrison & Foerster for 10 years in Los Angeles.

Tanden has experience in advising on corporate tax matters across a broad range of domestic and cross-border transactions.

He specialises in investment management transactions, including the formation of, and investments by, public and private investment funds and investors.

Tanden advises clients from a broad range of sectors; he has experience with retail, beauty and apparel companies, as well as representing those in the health care industry. 

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