The international law firm
Null's practice is concentrated in U.S. federal tax matters, including U.S. inbound and outbound investments, domestic and international tax planning for corporate and partnership transactions, and private equity investments and structures using U.S. and non-U.S. treaty networks. He is experienced in advising U.S. media companies on foreign and domestic investments, and non-U.S. investors on inbound media investments and joint ventures. He also advises U.S. and non-U.S. entertainment clients (from both a production and talent side) on U.S. and international entertainment transactions, productions and events. Additionally, Null has advised clients on alternative energy, shipping, bankruptcy and restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and intellectual property transactions.
"Jamie's extensive experience in a wide range of U.S. federal tax matters bolsters our global Tax Practice and brings a new dimension to the firm's experience in this area. He will make an immediate impact," said
"Jamie's addition to the
Null holds an LL.M., from
Null joins on the heels of other recent hires in
To stay competitive in today's global marketplace, international companies must seek out greater efficiency in their tax planning and compliance, including coordinating tax decisions from country to country. For U.S. operations, an environment of increased scrutiny – including passage of more restrictive legislation and a spike in audit activity at every level – is quickly becoming the norm, likewise spurring a need for greater self-evaluation and for more frequent representation in controversies and litigation with tax authorities.
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