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Cooley hires Kaye as partner for new London office

Cooley, the US law firm, has announced the hire of Natasha Kaye as its first tax partner in its London office, which was opened in January this year.

Kaye has experience in corporate tax, M&A transactional work, private equity, international direct and indirect tax issues, and focuses on corporate restructurings, real estate, intellectual property, tax planning and outsourcing.

She is a member of industry bodies such as the Stamp Taxes Practitioners Group, and sits on the Tax Committee of the Quoted Companies Alliance. She joins Cooley from Olswang.

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