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McDermott Will & Emery LLP

THE MCDERMOTT BUILDING, 500 NORTH CAPITOL STREET, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20001-1531, USA
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Caroline Ngo

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Work +1 202 756 8359
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McDermott Will & Emery LLP

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U.S. & International Tax

Position

Partner

Career

Partner Caroline H. Ngo works principally with publicly traded, multinational corporations and is a go-to advisor for some of their most complex tax issues. She has extensive experience in a range of corporate tax matters, including structuring and advising on mergers, acquisitions and spin-offs. She also has extensive experience providing technical advice on a range of international tax matters, including application of bilateral income tax treaties.

Please visit McDermott's website for full biography.
https://www.mwe.com/en/team/n/ngo-caroline-h


United States: Tax

International tax

Within: International tax

McDermott Will & Emery LLP's international tax team has been working on major recent deals for household names and is praised for its 'outstanding technical expertise'. The 'responsive' Lowell Yoder in Chicago and Tim Shuman in Washington DC advised JAB Holding Company and the subsidiary it majority owns, Keurig Green Mountain, on Keurig Green Mountain's merger with Dr Pepper Snapple Group, valued at $20bn, and advised JAB on its $7.5bn acquisition of Panera Bread Company. Yoder also worked with Damon Lyon in Chicago, advising long-time client Procter & Gamble on navigating the US tax reform rules from 2017. Caroline Ngo, David Noren and Michael Wilder are doing similar work for Aon in the Washington DC office. In March 2018, the firm welcomed Steven Hadjilogiou and two associates to its Miami office from Baker McKenzie LLP. Departures included Madeline Chiampou to S&P Global as tax counsel in September 2018, and Gale Chan to PwC as a tax manager in August 2018.

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