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Eight new Baker & McKenzie partners in North America

Baker & McKenzie has appointed eight new partners to its North America tax practice group.

Summer Austin advises clients on international tax and transfer pricing, including planning and dispute resolution, as well as permanent establishment and other treaty matters, value chain transformation, and sourcing of income.

Steven Hadjilogiou specialises in general international tax planning, state and local tax planning, subpart F planning, treaty issues, general and international tax planning, as well as general partnership taxation. He also advises on local country tax, inbound and outbound transactional planning, and corporate and estate tax issues in numerous jurisdictions throughout the world.

Dominika Korytek advises companies on US federal income tax matters and international tax planning, particularly domestic and international M&A and reorganisations, as well as foreign tax credit and subpart F planning.

Matthew Mock represents clients at all stages of tax disputes — from audit through appeal — involving a wide variety of state and local tax issues, including sales tax, income tax, and franchise tax disputes. He also advises companies on the state and local tax aspects of corporate restructurings, and has extensive experience with unclaimed property.

Reza Nader focuses on international tax planning and transactions, advising clients on international M&A, dispositions, supply chain restructurings, investments, and joint ventures and alliances. He also advises clients on dispositions of US real property interests, foreign tax credit and subpart F planning, bankruptcy reorganisations, and income tax treaties, including competent authority matters.

Kristen Proschold represents companies, such as those with significant intellectual property, for example in the software, semi-conductor, e-commerce and retail industries, in all stages of tax controversies, advising companies facing potential tax controversies pre-audit, during the audit and administrative appeals, during alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and in the US Tax Court.

Daniel White advises clients on transfer pricing and other tax litigation matters, where he represents individuals and corporations in all stages of federal tax disputes with the IRS — from IRS audits to administrative appeals and US Tax Court litigation.

Elizabeth Yablonicky advises US and foreign multinational companies on transfer pricing planning issues and related disputes. She represents companies negotiating advance pricing agreements with the IRS and foreign tax authorities as well as in requests for double tax relief from the US competent authority. She also advises clients on developing intercompany pricing policies.


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