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DLA Piper raises three to tax partnership

Doris Ho, Alison Maxwell and Makiko Takewaki have become partners of DLA Piper’s tax practice.

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Ho (pictured left), in Hong Kong, advises multinational clients on the tax aspects of corporate acquisitions and restructurings.

Maxwell’s (pictured right) international tax practice covers advice on cross-border financing, operational structuring, cross-

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border M&A and post-acquisition integration for a wide range of clients, from startups to multibillion-dollar multinationals. She is based in Washington, DC.

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Takewaki (pictured left) is the head of the Japan tax group in Tokyo. Her principal areas of practice are the international and domestic tax laws of transactions such as M&A.

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