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Herrick, Feinstein hire Tuchman to co-chair tax practice

Louis Tuchman has joined Herrick, Feinstein in New York as co-chairman, along with Daniel Swick, of the firm’s tax and personal planning group.

Tuchman was a partner of Kaye Scholer. He advises clients on the corporate tax aspects of US and international M&A, joint ventures between US and European companies, net operating loss carryovers, consolidated returns, and loan workouts, both in and out of bankruptcy. He has also advised on the development and analysis of complex financial instruments and their tax consequences and has worked extensively in structuring real estate investments, focusing on partnerships and limited liability companies, and, in particular, their use in structuring cross-border investments. He is admitted to practice in New York and before the US Tax Court.

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