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New departures from Dewey & LeBoeuf

Another two Dewey & LeBoeuf tax partners have left the firm.

Art Hazlitt and Mark Caterini joined O’Melveny & Myers on May 10.

Hazlitt advises clients from Fortune 500 companies to small start-up ventures on structuring, planning, and negotiating all aspects of US and international taxable and tax-free mergers, acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, spin-offs and joint ventures. He has particular expertise in advising utilities and energy industry clients on renewable, clean, and alternative energy projects.

Caterini ‘s clients include sellers, acquirers, investors, lenders, and underwriters whom he advises on corporate and partnership tax planning and structuring, including taxable and tax-free corporate mergers, spin-offs, stock, asset and joint venture acquisitions, and related financing. He has also worked on renewable and alternative energy projects, project finance and securitisations.

The two are the 10th and 11th tax partners to have left Dewey & LeBoeuf since February. The nine who have gone already are: Hap Shashy (King & Spalding); Bruce Wright and Linda Sciuto (Sutherland Asbill); Michael Duff (Sidley Austin); Hershel Wein, Fred Gander and Julio Castro (all KPMG); and Gordon Warnke and Joseph Pari (Linklaters).

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