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Niping Wu (09/10/14)
Niping Wu is a partner in the firm’s Shanghai office. Niping’s practice focuses on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, in particular private equity downstream investment in the Asia-Pacific region and strategic investments in relation to Chinese target companies. She is distinguished as a leading private equity lawyer by Chambers Asia, and she is also recognized as a leading practitioner in Private Equity by Expert Guides. Niping regularly acts as counsel to international investors active in China, and she also has extensive experience in representing multinational companies in their direct investments into China.
Yingxi Fu-Tomlinson (09/10/14)
Yingxi Fu-Tomlinson is the office managing Partner of the firm’s Shanghai office and a member of the Corporate Department. She was born and raised in Shanghai and is among the first small group of attorneys to have received formal legal education in both China and the United States. She has recently been accepted by the Shanghai Arbitration Commission as an Arbitrator. Yingxi is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Lindsey Briggs (08/12/14)
Ms. Briggs is an Associate in the Private Clients Department of Kaye Scholer's New York office. She has a broad-based practice providing tax, estate and wealth-preservation planning advice for high net-worth US and non-US individuals and families, their family offices and closely held businesses. She focuses her practice on all areas of US and international tax, gift and estate planning, business succession planning, estate and trust administration, cross-border asset protection, tax compliance and reporting matters, and tax-exempt organizations.
David A. Sausen (06/17/14)
David A. Sausen is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Tax Department. His practice is broad-based, covering tax issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, partnerships and limited liability companies, investment funds, leveraged leasing transactions, sovereign wealth funds, and cross-border transactions. He has substantial experience in working with clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and partnership restructurings, investment fund formations and restructurings, and IRS and New York tax controversy matters.
Dr. Martin Weger (06/16/14)
Dr. Martin Weger is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office and heads the German tax practice. He primarily focuses on tax law, corporate finance and M&A.
Michael Ben-Jacob (03/28/14)
Mr. Ben-Jacob is a Partner in the Private Clients Department of Kaye Scholer’s New York office. His practice focuses on counseling high net-worth individuals, their families, family offices and closely held business on an array of US-based and cross-border wealth planning and preservation matters.
Daniel Lewin (03/24/14)
Daniel Lewin’s practice is broad-based and covers the full range of UK tax issues. He advises corporate, institutional and private clients on the UK and international tax aspects of a wide variety of transactions including financings, acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures, investment structures, derivative transactions and employment matters, usually with an international element. He has particular experience in the taxation of hedge and private equity funds and management groups, where he has been involved in the development and launch of various innovative investment structures for both private managers and large financial institutions.
Matthew N. Turko (02/27/14)
Matthew N. Turko is a member of the firm’s Tax and Private Clients Department and is resident in the West Palm Beach office. Matt focuses his practice on the fields of sophisticated international and domestic estate planning, income tax planning, estate and trust administration, United States tax compliance and reporting for foreign assets, and IRS voluntary disclosure proceedings. Additionally, Matt’s practice has a particular emphasis on the transfer and income tax aspects of wealth transfer planning for residents and nonresidents of the United States, including pre-immigration and expatriation tax planning, foreign grantor trust planning and United States inbound/outbound investment structuring. Matt’s practice also incorporates wealth preservation planning strategies, including the implementation of foreign and domestic irrevocable trust structures for high net worth families.