Barry J. Quirke focuses his practice on international corporate tax matters, including planning for corporate acquisitions, dispositions, reorganizations, spin-offs, joint ventures, intercompany transactions and cross-border financings. He works extensively with multinational corporations on post-acquisition integration strategies.
Barry previously served as the chief tax officer of a NYSE-traded mobile industrial equipment manufacturer with operations in more than 160 countries. He has developed and implemented global effective tax rate planning strategies for outbound and inbound multinational companies. Barry has worked on structuring multi-jurisdictional acquisitions, post-acquisition integration, internal reorganizations and joint ventures in Europe, Latin American and the Asia/Pacific region.
Barry speaks frequently on international tax topics for various professional organizations. He previously served as an adjunct professor at the Northwestern University School of Law LLM Tax Program and is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Illinois College of Law where he teaches international taxation.