McDermott Recognized in the 2018 World Tax Review and World Transfer Pricing Guides

Overview


December 1, 2017 – McDermott has been ranked as a leading tax law firm in the World Tax and World Transfer Pricing 2018 guides, published by International Tax Review, a leading magazine covering global tax issues. McDermott holds nine World Tax rankings in all key US and European regions, as well as three rankings in the World Transfer Pricing guide.

In addition, nine McDermott partners have been selected to the “Women in Tax Leaders” list, which highlights female practitioners who are making strides in the field of tax law. Ten McDermott partners have been selected to the “Tax Controversy Leaders” list, which highlights leading tax dispute resolution lawyers and advisers.

McDermott’s World Tax US rankings:

  • Chicago – Tier 1
  • Dallas/Houston – Tier 2
  • New York – Tier 3
  • San Francisco/Silicon Valley – Tier 3
  • Washington DC – Tier 2

McDermott’s World Tax European rankings:

  • France – Tier 4
  • Germany – Tier 4
  • Italy – Tier 3
  • UK – Tier 3

McDermott’s rankings in World Transfer Pricing tables:

  • Italy – Tier 3
  • UK – Tier 2
  • US – Tier 2

New recommendations in the World Tax and World Transfer Pricing include:

  • Federico Bortolameazzi ,Elizabeth Erickson, Michael Fayhee, Kevin Feeley, Russell Hampshire, Henri Pieyre de Mandiargues, Côme de Saint Vincent and Alessio Persiani.

Other lawyers recommended in the World Tax and World Transfer Pricing include:

  • Paul Dau, Laura Gavioli, Thomas Giegerich, Mario Martinelli, David Noren, Carlo Paolella, Dirk Pohl, James Ross, Andrea Tempestini, Mark Thomas, Antoine Vergnat, Todd Welty and Lowell Yoder.

McDermott partners selected to the “Women in Tax Leaders” list:

  • Catherine Battin, Elizabeth Erickson, Laura Gavioli, Kristen Hazel, Andrea Kramer, Mary Kay Martire, Jane May, Sandra McGill and Jean Pawlow.

McDermott partners selected to the “Tax Controversy Leaders” list:

  • Thomas Borders, Gero Burwitz, Elizabeth Erickson, Roger Jones, Stephen Kranz, Jane May, David Noren, Jean Pawlow, Dirk Pohl and Todd Welty.

About the Women in Tax Leader’s Guide

This International Tax Review supplement guide provides a list of leading female tax practitioners from over 25 countries worldwide. The guide is in its third year. Inclusion in the guide is based on a minimum number of nominations received, plus evidence of outstanding success in the past year and consistent positive feedback from peers and clients. Click here to view the full listing.

 

About the Tax Controversy Leader’s guide

This International Tax Review supplement guide provides a list of leading tax dispute resolution lawyers and advisers in the world. In addition to highlighting tax professionals, the guide also includes litigators and barristers who may not practice tax on a day-to-day basis. The guide is in its seventh edition, and covers 53 jurisdictions. Inclusion in the guide is based on a minimum number of nominations received, plus evidence of outstanding success in the past year and consistent positive feedback from peers and clients. Click here to view the full listing.

About the World Tax and Transfer Pricing

International Tax Review publishes World Tax, a comprehensive guide to the world’s leading tax firms, lawyers and advisers, and World Transfer Pricing, a guide that allows taxpayers to identify the firms that offer transfer pricing services. The annual World Tax directory is a key resource for assisting tax executives locate specialist advice. Each edition rates the tax expertise offered in more than 50 jurisdictions globally, giving tax executives the most comprehensive information about the market for tax advice. World Transfer Pricing rates transfer pricing service providers in more than 50 jurisdictions globally, giving tax executives a comprehensive analysis of the tax advice market.