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Through our global offices, we provide advice on local and national tax as well as a commercially integrated approach to cross-border structures and tax efficiency. We offer the full range of tax services that address the challenges of international commerce and business operations.
Our team is skilled in the areas critical to multinational companies, including arranging operations to reduce effective global tax rates, transfer pricing, tax disputes and post-acquisition integration.
Our lawyers also assist with the taxation issues relating to senior employee international mobility and compensation and benefits issues and advise on global equity compensation arrangements.
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