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Steptoe & Johnson LLP

1330 CONNECTICUT AVENUE, NW, WASHINGTON DC 20036, USA
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United States: Dispute resolution

Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense
Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense - ranked: tier 4

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP is an ‘outstanding firm’. Washington DC lawyers include practice head Brian Heberlig, Reid Weingarten, Jason Weinstein and Erik Kitchen: ‘all excellent trial lawyers who are respected by regulators’. The ‘highly skilled and experienced’ Christopher Niewoehner works out of Chicago and Michelle Levin and Paul Charlton are based in New York and Phoenix respectively. The firm secured the acquittal of former Acclarent CEO William Facteau and that of its former vice-president of sales Patrick Fabian on felony fraud charges. It also acted for the board of directors’ committee of Pilot Flying J in an internal investigation into claims that the client’s sales employees defrauded customers.

Leading lawyers

Reid Weingarten - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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General commercial disputes
General commercial disputes - ranked: tier 3

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Providing high-quality legal services’, Steptoe & Johnson LLP is highlighted for its ‘extensive trial experience’. Highlights among its substantial case list in 2016 was securing a defense verdict on behalf of client PG&E against claims brought by Tesoro arising out of a power outage at a refinery; Chicago-based Michael Dockterman and Laurie Edelstein in Palo Alto led the team. Aside from its diverse corporate client base, the team is also retained by prominent individuals in high-profile disputes. In New York, the ‘pragmatic and goal-oriented’ Michael Miller is recommended. Karl Tilleman heads the department from Phoenix.

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International litigation
International litigation - ranked: tier 3

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP has ‘vast trial experience in the US and abroad’. Key highlights included advising Dakota Petroleum Transport Solutions and DPTS Marketing against claims arising from the Lac Mégantic railway fire and explosion in Canada. It also represents clients such as SI Group Consort, National Bank of Moldova and ExxonMobil. Karl Tilleman in Phoenix heads the team. Washington DC-based Steven Davidson and Michael Baratz are also recommended, and Michael Miller in New York has ‘a very international approach’.

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International trade
International trade - ranked: tier 1

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP provides ‘a knowledgeable and responsive service’ to corporates and international governments across the spectrum of matters, from export control and sanctions advice to high-profile anti-dumping and countervailing duty cases, in addition to prominent WTO mandates. Joel Kaufman has vast experience representing domestic and international corporates before the International Trade Commission (ITC), including a notable recent victory for Tata Steel IJmuiden in the Dutch Cold Rolled Steel investigation. A growing number of international governments rely on the firm for WTO representation, including a number of Latin American countries such as Argentina, which Matthew Yeo and Pablo Bentes successfully represented before the WTO appellate body in a case targeting Panama tax practices. Led by the ‘excellent’ Lucinda Low, the firm also has a ‘top-notch’ anti-corruption and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) practice, which works closely with other domestic offices and its international offices in Brussels, London and Beijing. Other recommended partners include CFIUS expert Stewart Baker; trade remedies and trade policy guru Richard Cunningham; Meredith Rathbone, who has a focus on export control and economic sanctions; trade litigator Mark Moran, who is ‘an absolute star’; and Susan Esserman, who has a significant focus on US-India and US-China matters.

Leading lawyers

Mark Moran - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Richard Cunningham - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Next generation lawyers

Pablo Bentes - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Leading trial lawyers
Leading trial lawyers

Reid Weingarten - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Product liability, mass tort and class action: toxic tort - defense
Product liability, mass tort and class action: toxic tort - defense - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s environmental, products and mass tort practice is noted for its deep trial bench in both domestic and international markets, with particular expertise in chemicals and oil and gas. Group head Robert Shuftan and John Frey successfully obtained dismissal of a putative class action brought against Osmose before the US District Court of the Virgin Islands alleging premature deterioration of the company’s treated wood. Shuftan, Derek Smith and Jeremy Goldkind have been representing Honeywell, Beazer East, Koppers and Vertellus in 69 toxic tort cases alleging that exposure to the coal-tar pitch manufactured by the clients causes various forms of cancer. The firm’s clients also include Shell and Monsanto.

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United States: Finance

Not-for-profit (nonprofit and tax exempt organizations)
Not-for-profit (nonprofit and tax exempt organizations) - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

The team at Steptoe & Johnson LLP has an excellent reputation and ‘represents a number of very highly regarded nonprofit organizations’. Suzanne McDowell co-chairs the practice and has recently served as chair of the ABA Tax Section’s Exempt Organizations Committee. She is commended for her ‘ability to analyze issues and develop practical solutions to real world problems’. The team represents public charities as well as private foundations, including private operating foundations, advocacy organizations and congressionally chartered organizations, across the full spectrum of legal matters, and has particular expertise in the science, media and healthcare sectors. Representative clients include the Battelle Memorial Institute, National Park Foundation, United Way Worldwide, United Healthcare Group and World Wildlife Fund. Recent additions to the team include Ruth Madrigal, who joined from the office of tax policy at the US Treasury Department, and Zvi Hahn, who joined from Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP. Catherine Wilkinson co-chairs the practice with McDowell and specializes in government investigations, IRS audits and voluntary disclosures. All named lawyers are based in Washington DC.

Leading lawyers

Suzanne McDowell - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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United States: Government

Government relations
Government relations - ranked: tier 3

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Scott Sinder and Micah Green lead Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s government affairs and public policy practice, which is highly rated for financial services sector advocacy. For example, the group advised Assured Guaranty, the single largest creditor exposed to bonds issued by Puerto Rico and its agencies, on conveying its interests during the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act legislative process in light of the Commonwealth’s fiscal crisis. Acting for two trade associations, it is advocating for new legislation concerning the labeling of calorie counts on menus. Another legislative effort - on behalf of the Las Vegas Sands - concerned the restoration of the recently overturned interpretation of the Wire Act, which bans all forms of internet gaming. Darryl Nirenberg and James Barnette are also recommended.

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United States: Industry focus

Energy litigation: conventional power
Energy litigation: conventional power - ranked: tier 1

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) proceedings and appellate litigation are the cornerstones of Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s group led by David Raskin. Richard Roberts represented Southern California Edison (SCE) before the FERC and in court proceedings and successfully recovered over $5bn from the municipal rate-setter to cover payouts made by SCE as settlements to overcharged customers during the California power crisis of 2000-01. Raskin also acted for the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) in the US Supreme Court appeal against a FERC order, which established rules for retail customer participation in wholesale markets. In other work, Douglas Green defended Entergy against market violation and breach of contract allegations brought by Occidental Chemical, and Marc Spitzer represented Arizona Public Service in an appeal regarding an administrative review of an order regarding unfiled agreements, which was heard before the US Court of Appeals DC Circuit. Other clients include American Electric Power (AEP) and Eversource Energy. Charles Mills joined the team from K&L Gates, while Jennifer Key was elevated to the partnership. Steven Ross is another key member of the team.

Leading lawyers

David Raskin - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steven Ross - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Energy litigation: oil and gas
Energy litigation: oil and gas - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP has a strong profile representing clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and in court appeals, handling a large number of investigations and rate cases. Pipeline group head Steven Reed represented ConocoPhillips Transportation Alaska in an appeal brought by the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) on interstate rate increases. In another rate case, Daniel Poynor represented Seaway Crude Pipeline - a joint venture between Enterprise Products and Enbridge - before FERC. Highly recommended regulatory and industry affairs department head Steven Brose defended Enterprise TE Products Pipeline against a complaint filed by a group of shippers and other parties, claiming the carrier pipeline operator’s cancellation of distillate and jet fuel services violated the settlement agreement from the tariff case settled by FERC in 2013.

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Energy regulatory: conventional power
Energy regulatory: conventional power - ranked: tier 1

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP frequently assists clients with investigations, transactional regulatory matters, FERC rate cases and net metering proceedings. The team, which increased its bench strength by adding Charles Mills from K&L Gates, represented Entergy in an investigation by the DOJ Antitrust Division pertaining to the energy company’s $1bn acquisition of two large combined cycle plants in Arkansas. Subsequently, the team assisted Entergy with obtaining FERC approval for the transaction. Marc Spitzer represented Arizona Public Service and Salt River Project before the Arizona Corporation Commission in net metering proceedings and acted for UNS Energy and Tucson Electric Power in a general rate case. Washington DC-based David Raskin heads the practice, which includes recently promoted partner Jennifer Key.

Leading lawyers

David Raskin - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Energy regulatory: oil and gas
Energy regulatory: oil and gas - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Contentious regulatory oil pipeline work constitutes a key element of Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s practice, which frequently represents its clients before FERC and in appellate litigation, handling a large number of investigations and rate cases. Pipeline group head Steven Reed represented ConocoPhillips Transportation Alaska in an appeal brought by the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) on interstate rate increases. In 2016, David Coburn won a victory for Enbridge Energy Partners in the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit where the appellant - Sierra Club - argued that the US Forest Service had failed to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) with respect to the agency’s renewal of a special use permit that authorizes Enbridge’s Line 5 crude oil pipeline to cross the Huron-Manistee National Forest. Regulatory and industry affairs department head Steven Brose is highly recommended.

Leading lawyers

Steven Brose - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steven Reed - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Environment: litigation
Environment: litigation - ranked: tier 4

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Through a strong presence in Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington DC, the team at Steptoe & Johnson LLP provides a ‘very high level of service’ and is ‘strongly recommended for environmental litigation’. Practice chair Robert Shuftan is ‘a very good attorney, whose strengths include strategy development and client relations’, and Anthony Hopp has ‘great industry knowledge, and is highly skilled in document discovery’. The firm successfully defeated a punitive damage claim for Shell in Potter v Shell Chemical, a $50m groundwater contamination case concerning 465 properties in Florida where the chemical dieldrin was detected in over 100 drinking wells. Other highlights included representing Pebble Limited Partnership in a CWA case involving the EPA’s proposed veto of the Pebble Mine Project in southwest Alaska; the team successfully obtained a preliminary injunction barring the EPA’s veto.

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Insurance: advice to insurers
Insurance: advice to insurers - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP is highly recommended for litigation initiated against insurers; bad faith claims as well as property and casualty cases and coverage disputes are particular strengths. It is representing The Hartford and New England Reinsurance in a liability insurance dispute concerning the highly publicized tort suits filed by former NFL players against the NFL pertaining to the lack of safety provisions in NFL helmets. It also acted for USF&G, a subsidiary of Travelers, in a fraud class action alleging the client misled the plaintiffs on the liability available for asbestos insurance claims. Zurich, Hudson Insurance Group and Lexington Insurance Company are also clients. Washington DC’s Harry Lee heads the practice and has notable experience in mass tort claims and property damage litigation. The team also includes the Washington DC-based Antonia Ianniello, who is ‘an amazing litigator’, and Phoenix’s Karl Tilleman, who is a key contact for coverage claims and environmental disputes.

Leading lawyers

James Rocap - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Roger Warin - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Transport: aviation and air travel
Transport: aviation and air travel - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP provides ‘consistently high-quality service’ on regulatory matters and litigation, and further strengthened its aviation team in 2016 with the addition of aviation and energy partner Dane Jaques from Dentons. The department’s clients range from domestic and foreign air carriers, to parts manufacturers and trade associations. In an example of the group’s appellate work, the ‘exceptionally prompt’ Roy Goldberg is currently representing Interjet in the plaintiffs’ appeal in the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, after successfully representing the airline in a putative class action case alleging violation of the federal RICO law. The aviation team works alongside the firm’s regulatory and industry affairs department, where William Karas and Carol Gosain advise TAP Portugal on a litany of aviation-related regulations, such as DOT consumer protection, FAA aircraft operations specifications compliance and tarmac delay and disability regulations. Other notable clients include Southwest Airlines, Japan Airlines, Airlines for America and Amadeus IT. All individuals named are based in Washington DC.

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Transport: rail and road
Transport: rail and road - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

The transportation team at Steptoe & Johnson LLP acts for BNSF Railway and Union Pacific in a variety of contentious matters; Anthony LaRocca and Samuel Sipe represent the former in a motion to dismiss a claim brought by American Fuel & Petrochemicals Manufacturers before the STB, which challenges the railway’s rates for transportation of hazardous crude oil in certain types of tank cars. The duo is also retained by AAR to advise on a rulemaking procedure concerning when a freight railroad could be compelled to handle freight traffic on behalf of a potential competitor. Work for Union Pacific Railroad includes multiple federal pre-emption cases, which are led by Alice Loughran. The team also has a presence in the automotive sector, and David Coburn acts for Coach USA in relation to various rulemaking and regulatory procedures. All named individuals are based in Washington DC.

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United States: Intellectual property

Patent litigation: full coverage
Patent litigation: full coverage - ranked: tier 6

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Washington DC-based John Caracappa and Harold Fox co-head the practice at Steptoe & Johnson LLP, which has been notably active in the pharmaceutical and automotive sectors. Recent work includes representing VTech Communications in two patent infringement suits regarding telecom and wireless communications technology, successfully obtaining a combination of dismissals and favorable settlements; and acting for Huawei Technologies in a case involving memory chips used in consumer electronics, a matter pending at court of appeals. Other clients include Continental Automotive Systems, MonoSol, Sanofi and Regeneron.

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Patent litigation: international trade commission
Patent litigation: international trade commission - ranked: tier 3

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s highly regarded Washington DC-based group represents both complainants and respondents and has handled patent and trade secret cases before the ITC and US Customs and Border Protection. Practice head John Caracappa is representing Umano Medical against claims asserted by Stryker Corporation alleging infringement of four patents involving hospital beds; Michael Allan is assisting respondent Shougang Group against allegations brought by US Steel regarding antitrust violations resulting in injury to US Steel’s domestic industry, and Steven Adkins and Matthew Bathon are representing Nano Tech against a patent infringement allegation brought by Aspen Aerogels regarding improper importation of aerogel insulation materials.

Next generation lawyers

Matthew Bathon - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Trade secrets (litigation and non-contentious matters)
Trade secrets (litigation and non-contentious matters) - ranked: tier 4

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

William Abrams in Palo Alto heads Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s team. Highlights included defending Huawei in two trade secret disputes, one brought by T-Mobile arising from the development of a testing robot used for handset quality control, and the other filed by Quintel pertaining to a patent for antenna technology. Washington DC-based John Caracappa and Harold Fox co-chair the intellectual property group.

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Trademarks: litigation
Trademarks: litigation - ranked: tier 4

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s practice is especially known for its work in the luxury goods sector, but it also handles trademark litigation for clients from a variety of other industries. It has represented key client Burberry in several contentious matters, including a recent victory in a trademark infringement and counterfeiting suit against Beyond The Rack Enterprises, in which the court awarded statutory damages of $16m. The team has also been acting for LVMH in several matters, including the successful defense of Moët Hennessy against an attempt by ACCA Global to cancel a trade dress for a sparkling wine bottle. Practice chairs Michael Allan and William Pecau in Washington DC are recommended.

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United States: Labor and employment

ERISA litigation
ERISA litigation - ranked: tier 1

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP attracts high-profile, nationwide class action litigation from large corporate clients. Practice co-chair Paul Ondrasik won an appeal at the Fifth Circuit in connection with a putative class action seeking to recover losses on employer stock following the 2010 gulf oil spill, while Eric Serron defended Carfax in an ERISA action alleging the client wrongfully denied supplemental life insurance benefits to the spouse of a deceased participant. Ondrasik, Serron and practice co-head Gwen Renigar defended MagnaCare in a suit regarding the client’s provision of healthcare services, and defended Express Scripts against fiduciary, ACA, RICO and contract breach allegations. Los Angeles’ Ed Gregory advised on an administrative pension calculation challenge. Named attorneys are based in Washington DC except where indicated otherwise.

Leading lawyers

Eric Serron - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Paul Ondrasik - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Employee health and retirement plans
Employee health and retirement plans - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Paul Ondrasik, Melanie Nussdorf and Gwendolyn Renigar lead Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s employee benefits and executive compensation team from Washington DC. The team has been advising clients on the change in fiduciary regulations, and Eric Serron assists with the administration and management of 401(k) and cash balance plans for large financial institutions. The firm also assists several healthcare clients with regard to DOL investigations, and Patrick Menasco was part of the team acting for Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas, and Deutsche Bank in their respective applications for QPAM tax exemption under ERISA.

Leading lawyers

Melanie Nussdorf - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Paul Ondrasik - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Immigration
Immigration - ranked: tier 4

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Highly responsive’ and ‘able to anticipate issues before they arise’, Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s ‘strong team’ also attracts praise for being ‘built around immense experience and deep knowledge’. The ‘singularly exceptional’ Lynda Zengerle leads the Washington DC-based department and is ‘simply in another class altogether’, according to some. Zengerle advised Honda Americas R&D and Honda Performance Development on their immigration policies and procedures. Of counsel Elizabeth Laskey LaRocca leads the firm’s immigration advice to cement giant Holcim, including handling compliance matters, blanket L transfers and TN, H-1B, PERM and I-140 petitions.

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United States: Media, technology and telecoms

Cyber law (including data protection and privacy)
Cyber law (including data protection and privacy) - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s team is led by Stewart Baker in Washington DC and Michael Vatis in New York. Vatis is ‘a true star; he is a deep thinker, thoroughly analyzes issues, identifies solutions and is able to apply his analysis to business reality’. Baker has considerable expertise in regulatory compliance and data breach response matters. The team is assisting VTech with its response to a hack of customer information, resulting in class action suits, investigations by the FTC, state attorneys general and foreign data protection authorities, and congressional inquiries. Other highlights included representing The Coalition for Responsible Cybersecurity, a group of companies founded by Ionic Security to oppose the adoption of a Commerce Department rule pertaining to a license requirement for certain cybersecurity export goods; advising Verizon on international legal issues concerning cloud computing; and assisting with the formation of the Blockchain Alliance, a public-private association formed by the bitcoin community to help fight criminal activity involving bitcoin and blockchain technology. Of counsel Alan Cohn is co-chair of the firm’s blockchain and digital currency practice and is another name to note.

Next generation lawyers

Alan Cohn - Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Telecoms and broadcast: regulatory
Telecoms and broadcast: regulatory - ranked: tier 2

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s ‘excellent’ team, led by licensing, rulemaking and complaint proceedings specialist Pantelis Michalopoulos, is highly involved in Open Internet issues. Recent highlights include successfully representing Dish Network in the high-profile net neutrality case at the DC Circuit, which upheld the FCC’s Open Internet rules; the team also acted for Level 3 Communications in the matter. Spectrum mandates are also key for the practice and Michalopoulos is advising M2M Spectrum Networks on issues relating to the FCC wireless licenses required for providing IoT services. Markham Erickson is well regarded by clients and recently assisted Netflix with the implementation of Communications and Video Accessibility Act regulations; he is also advising The Internet Association on issues relating to internet companies’ responsibilities regarding the conduct of third parties who use the systems they provide. Stephanie Roy is recommended for FCC matters and New York-based Michael Vatis stands out for his internet, e-commerce and technology expertise.

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Telecoms and broadcast: transactional
Telecoms and broadcast: transactional - ranked: tier 4

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP has ‘excellent’ transactional strength and regularly advises on M&A and commercial issues, including merger oppositions. Department head Pantelis Michalopoulos advised DISH Network on its opposition to the merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable and is also assisting Netflix with its analysis of the proposed merger between AT&T and DirecTV. Markham Erickson is separately advising Incompas and Nvidia on the conditions for the merger between Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications. Other clients include Inmarsat and Spotify. Stephanie Roy is recommended for telecoms matters, New York-based Michael Vatis and of counsel Christopher Bjornson are key names to note, and clients single out Alfred Mamlet for his ‘wise, pragmatic and effective assistance’. Attorneys mentioned are based in Washington DC unless otherwise noted.

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United States: Tax

International tax
International tax - ranked: tier 5

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

The key partners in Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s international tax practice are based in New York and Washington DC. Chairman Philip West and Amanda Varma advised several clients on tax treaties, foreign tax credits, internal restructuring transactions, as well as debt and equity issues, while team lead Robert Rizzi regularly acts for high-net-worth individuals and families in transactions and other cross-border issues. Zvi Hahn joined the team from Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in August 2016.

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US taxes: contentious
US taxes: contentious - ranked: tier 3

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s ‘excellent’ department is led by Robert Rizzi and Lisa Zarlenga from Washington DC. The team advises on contentious state and federal matters and recently achieved a victory for Delphi Automotive in securing an IRS Office of Appeals determination that Delphi is a UK company, reversing a prior IRS determination that Delphi should be treated as a US company; the firm acted as co-counsel alongside Sidley Austin LLP. The team is also advising Gannett Corporation in a case involving a matter of first impression in Arizona, addressing the scope and application of Arizona’s sales tax deduction for sales of machinery and equipment used directly in manufacturing. Key individuals Greg Kidder, Phil West, Rob Kovacev and Walker Johnson are also based in Washington DC, while Pat Derdenger is based in Phoenix.

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US taxes: non-contentious
US taxes: non-contentious - ranked: tier 3

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s ‘very helpful’ tax lawyers attract praise for their ‘sophisticated’ approach to complex tax issues and are frequently involved in some of the most challenging cases. In an illustration of the firm’s track record in cross-border tax matters, the firm is providing ongoing advice to a US corporation on transfer pricing agreements and tax issues connected to a China business trust. The practice is also advising several clients on tax policy issues before congress and the Treasury, including advice on the impact of legislative and regulatory developments. Robert Rizzi and Lisa Zarlenga lead the team.

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