The firm’s tax lawyers work together as an integrated team. Our practice is international in scope and serves a wide and diversified client base, ranging from individuals to multinational corporations.
Through our business-oriented approach and core understanding of our clients’ transactions, Cohen & Gresser’s tax attorneys efficiently assist clients in reaching their goals. Our tax attorneys also have a developed network of other service providers, such as internationally specialized accountants and auditors to assist clients in a comprehensive manner. Our Tax practice in France has been recognized by The Legal 500 since 2017 and is recognized in the “Excellent” tier for Transactional Tax by Leaders League.
Our team members are brought in for their deep understanding in the following fields:
- Corporate Tax (Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Equity, Transfer Pricing)
- Private Clients
- Tax Litigation
- Real Estate Tax Structuring
- Muriel Goldberg-Darmon: Stock Market Litigation
- Franck Le Mentec: Transfer Pricing and International Tax
Cohen & Gresser's Paris office has been recognized in The Legal 500’s 2020 Europe, Middle East, and Africa guide for its work in seven practice areas: Compliance, Commercial Litigation, Employment, Stock Market Litigation, Tax, White Collar Crime, and IT and Internet. Clients note that the team in Paris “shows great availability and responsiveness” and is “very effective in working through problems and understanding issues to reach reasonable resolutions.”
Dans cette article, Franck Le Mentec discute l’année fiscal 2016 du Royaume-Uni, avec un accent particulier sur l'augmentation des investissements, les nouvelles mesures anti-abus et les impacts du Brexit sur la fiscalité au Royaume-Uni et dans les pays partenaires.
(In this article, Franck Le Mentec discusses the 2016 fiscal year for the United Kingdom, with particular focus on the strengthening of measures to increase investment attractiveness, the introduction of new anti-avoidance measures, the conclusion of new tax treaties, the jurisprudential reconsideration of management packages, and the impacts of Brexit on taxation in both the United Kingdom and partner countries.)