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As tax laws shift and evolve, businesses more than ever require sophisticated tax advice to effectively navigate all types of complex tax matters — formation, operations, financing transactions, acquisitions, and dispositions — and their bottom-line impact. We can help. Kilpatrick Townsend’s Tax Team provides proactive counseling and strategic tax planning solutions to clients based throughout the U.S. and in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. We provide our clients with clear, effective, and innovative tax advice on their transactions and operations so they can efficiently plan and manage their U.S. and foreign tax consequences.
Our attorneys provide tax advice to U.S. and non-U.S.-based businesses of all sizes doing business in the U.S. and/or abroad. We work across all industries and legal practice areas when counseling clients on U.S. federal, state, and local tax transactions, as well as cross-border and international transactions.
- U.S. & International Tax Transactions
- Investment Entities
- State & Local Tax Transactions
- State Tax Controversy
- State Tax Credits & Incentives
- Unclaimed Property
Our attorneys understand the true value of interdisciplinary and multijurisdictional collaboration. To that extent, we work seamlessly with our corporate, finance, intellectual property, and securities colleagues to effectively address tax issues throughout all stages of a transaction. Our familiarity with tax systems in numerous foreign jurisdictions allows us to develop deep connections and work closely with select foreign firms and tax attorneys to provide seamless advice on complex, multijurisdictional matters affecting our clients.
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Chambers USA (2017)
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