Jones Day adds group of eight tax controversy lawyers, led by Dr. Niv Tadmore

The global law firm Jones Day has expanded and enhanced its worldwide tax law capabilities with the addition of a group of eight tax controversy lawyers, led by Dr. Niv Tadmore, who have joined the Firm’s Melbourne Office.

The group includes of counsels Steven Small, Simon Bowden, and Benjamin Lancaster; and associates Alexandra Fraser, Kipling Milton, Richard Keys, and Eloise Verbeek. All will be part of Jones Day’s Tax Practice.

Widely recognized as one of the region’s leading tax lawyers, Dr. Tadmore advises on the resolution of tax disputes, international tax, transfer pricing, and engagement with revenue authorities. He is a Vice President of the International Fiscal Association, a member of the Australian Tax Office’s Dispute Resolution and APA Working Groups, and a member of the NYU International Tax Program Practice Council. Dr. Tadmore has been recognized as a leading tax lawyer by Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific (Band 1), Best Lawyers in Australia, Who’s Who Legal, and Doyle.

“We are excited to add this outstanding group of lawyers to our global tax team located throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Our multinational clients are facing more complex tax disputes, with increasing cooperation among revenue authorities. Niv is a widely respected and seasoned tax dispute resolution lawyer, and our new Australian tax group is routinely involved in high stakes cross border tax controversy for leading corporations. They share our client-driven focus. We look forward to working with them to offer our clients even more innovative solutions to their challenges,” says Joe Goldman co-leader of Jones Day’s Tax Practice.

“Niv Tadmore is a world renowned tax controversy lawyer. Needless to say, in today’s global tax environment, clients need independent legal advice on how to deal with increasingly complex global tax regimes. In joining Jones Day, Niv and his colleagues will work with an exceptional group of tax professionals,” says Tim L’Estrange, Partner-In-Charge of Jones Day’s Melbourne office. “Niv and his team bring experience and insights and will be invaluable resources for our local and global clients.”

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