Joseph M. Kronsnoble > Latham & Watkins LLP > Chicago, United States > Lawyer Profile

Latham & Watkins LLP
330 NORTH WABASH AVENUE
SUITE 2800
CHICAGO IL 60611
United States

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Joseph Kronsnoble has practiced law with the firm since 1991. Mr. Kronsnoble represents public and privately owned companies and buy-out firms in connection with tax-free and taxable mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, spin-offs and other transactions, including cross-border investments, dispositions and combinations. He also advises US and foreign debtors and creditors in bankruptcy reorganizations and debt restructurings outside of bankruptcy. In addition, Mr. Kronsnoble represents US and foreign issuers and underwriters in stock and debt offerings, securitizations and other issuances of financial instruments.

Position

Tax Partner

Career

http://www.lw.com/people/josephmkronsnoble

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Tax > US taxes: non-contentious

Widely regarded for its formidable transactional tax focus, Latham & Watkins LLP underscores its reputation with steady stream of big-ticket instructions for some of the largest corporates and financial institutions on the planet. The team routinely works on multi-billion dollar transactions, IPOs, and restructuring proceedings for high-profile clients from the worlds of tech, consumer goods, aviation, and life sciences. Chicago-based transactional tax chair Joseph M. Kronsnoble handles the full spectrum of tax matters, and is particularly renowned for his expertise in bankruptcy reorganizations and debt restructurings. New York-based global tax chair Jiyeon Lee-Lim is most active in matters pertaining to financial products, capital markets transactions, securitization transactions, and cross-border tax planning, with recent highlights including the NASDAQ listing of cryptocurrency platform Coinbase Global Inc. Also in New York, Lisa Watts regularly works with  private equity firms, publicly-traded companies, and REITs on a host of corporate and partnership taxation issues. On the west coast, San Francisco-based Grace Lee is a key contact for US federal income tax matters, while the Los Angeles-based Samuel Weiner is regularly sought out for his deep expertise in loss preservation and cancellation of debt. San Francisco-based Kirt Switzer is recommended for his expertise in bankruptcy and insolvency restructurings, while Pardis Zomordi – who splits her time between LA and Century City – regularly advises REITs on a broad spectrum of transactional matters. The DC-based Andrea Ramezan-Jackson is also recommended.