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Caplin & Drysdale's International Tax Group Earns Top Award from Legal 500

September 23, 2014, Caplin & Drysdale

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In-House Counsel Recognize the Firm's Tax Practice

  

WASHINGTON, D.C.—September 23, 2014:  The Legal 500 has selected Caplin & Drysdale's International Tax Group as the U.S. "International Tax Team of the Year," emanating from Legal 500's in-depth research and contacts with in-house counsel around the world.  "We are honored to have earned this recognition from the in-house counsel perspective," remarked Patricia Gimbel Lewis, a senior member of the Group. "As the international tax landscape becomes increasingly complex and assertive, our goal is to continually seek holistic and innovative approaches to mitigate our clients' most pressing challenges." The firm's International Tax Group assists multinationals in all types of cross-border tax issues, including structuring, transfer pricing, foreign tax credit planning, treaty interpretation, audit controversies, and competent authority cases. The Group advises U.S. taxpayers with international assets, businesses, and families in matters relating to tax non-compliance and civil and criminal enforcement issues.

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