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    Locke Lord's tax lawyers strive to provide practical advice and tax planning for our clients operating in multiple jurisdictions. We have extensive experience in international tax planning and structuring for operating businesses, forming and acquiring new business operations, and in partnerships and joint ventures with counterparties from other countries. Our tax lawyers have been involved in transactions on almost every continent around the world, and particularly major trade partners of the United States, in Europe, Asia and throughout the Americas.

    Our tax lawyers are licensed to practice in our U.S. offices, and therefore focus on the U.S. tax consequences of U.S. companies operating in foreign countries and of foreign companies operating in the United States. For U.S. companies operating in foreign countries, we often work closely with tax professionals around the world with whom we have developed trusted relationships to provide efficient and practical advice for our clients.

    Locke Lord's tax lawyers utilize their knowledge of both statutory tax laws and modifications made to applicable treaty provisions to minimize the tax burden of our clients' business structure and operations.

    Significant changes in U.S. international tax policy appear to be on the horizon. Our tax lawyers work closely with our government relations practice in Washington, D.C., to stay abreast of legislative and regulatory developments that may affect our clients' tax liability in the United States and abroad.

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