Ex-Hunton & Williams partner Cameron Cosby joins Hogan Lovells' tax practice
Hogan Lovells has announced that Cameron Cosby has joined the firm as a partner in its tax practice.
Cosby’s practice focuses on federal income tax and real-estate capital markets matters for real-estate investment trusts (REITs), partnerships and joint ventures and private equity and other private investment funds.
He also regularly assists clients on real-estate-related tax credits, energy projects and related tax credits, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions.
Cosby joins from Hunton & Williams, where he was a partner in the tax and real-estate capital markets practices.
He brings experience structuring transactions for issuers and underwriters in connection with initial public offerings and secondary public offerings of equity and debt securities of REITs, as well as representing acquirers and targets in the mergers and acquisitions of public and private real-estate companies and REITs.
Prior to practising law, Cosby was a senior accountant with Arthur Andersen & Co.
He holds a JD from William & Mary Law School, where he was editor of the Administrative Law Review, and a BS in commerce from the University of Virginia.
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