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Machiel Lambooij

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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Strawinskylaan 10

1077 XZ Amsterdam

The Netherlands

Tel: +31 20 485 7608

Email: machiel.lambooij@freshfields.com

Website: www.freshfields.com

Machiel Lambooij heads Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's Netherlands tax practice. He specialises in international corporate taxation with specific expertise in the areas of M&A taxation, restructurings and insolvencies and group financing structures. He also has expertise in formal tax law aspects (including tax disputes, mutual agreement procedures, exchange of information and tax criminal law issues) and anti-money laundering issues in relation to taxation.

Machiel is a tax adviser and advocaat (member of the Amsterdam bar). He was General Reporter ('The tax consequences of cancellation of indebtedness (debt work-outs)' for the 2006 International Fiscal Association (IFA) Amsterdam congress and is a member of the Dutch IFA branch and the Dutch Association for Tax Science. He is a member of the Executive Committee of IFA. He has been executive board member of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (Nederlandse Orde van Belastingadviseurs – NOB) and has chaired its committee on tax legislation. He is a member of the NOB's Disciplinary Appeals Board.

Machiel is a graduate of Leiden University. He joined Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in October 1999 as a partner.

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Charles Langereis

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Spigt Litigators

Apollolaan 151,

1077 AR Amsterdam

The Netherlands

Tel: +31 20 305 1600

Fax: +31 20 305 1699

Email: charles.langereis@spiglitigators.com

Website: www.spigtlitigators.com

 Charles Langereis is head of Spigt Litigators’s tax department in Amsterdam.

He specialises in reorganisations, joint ventures, and national and international tax litigation and is also active in the field of criminal tax law and voluntary disclosure.

He studied tax law at the University of Leiden and worked as an inspector with the Internal Revenue Services and with the Department of Finance. After receiving his doctorate from Tilburg in 1986 he was a partner at Stibbe and, subsequently, Freshfields. He was a professor of tax law at the University of Leiden from 1986 to 2007 and a deputy justice of the court of appeal in The Hague, between 1988 and 2005.

Charles is an arbitrator of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute and a co-founder of the Dutch Tax Lawyers Association. He has written numerous books and articles.

 


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