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Carl Levin joins Honigman in Michigan

Carl Levin, a fierce critic of US multinationals' management of their tax affairs while chairman of the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, is joining the Michigan law firm of Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn in April as senior counsel.

Though Levin hauled bosses from companies such as Apple and Caterpillar before the Subcommittee to explain how they achieved low effective tax rates, he will not be dealing with taxes directly in his new role. The focus of his practice at Honigman will include advising corporations on internal investigations and crisis management; social responsibility and compliance issues; and facilitating alternative dispute resolutions and mediations. He will also be an adviser to the firm’s government relations and regulatory practice group.

Levin represented Michigan in the Senate for 36 years before retiring in 2014.

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