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Latham & Watkins adds to tax partners

Two tax lawyers have joined the partnership of Latham & Watkins in the US.

Jocelyn Noll, who works in New York, is a transactional tax attorney whose practice focuses on corporate and partnership taxation. She represents public and privately owned corporations, investment funds, partnerships and limited liability companies on federal tax matters relating to mergers, stock and asset acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures, public and private financings, securitisations and restructurings.

Grace Chen’s practice in San Francisco focuses on US federal income tax matters, including the tax consequences of domestic and cross-border M&A, joint ventures, spinoffs, restructurings, private equity investments and financing transactions. She has experience advising public and privately-held corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, private equity and venture capital funds and emerging companies.

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