Katharine Moir, Global Chair of the firm's Transactional Tax Practice, advises leading private equity firms and companies on tax issues arising in their largest and most complex transactions.
Ms. Moir provides comprehensive tax counsel in connection with a range of domestic and international transactions and is widely recognized as a leading private equity tax lawyer. Her work includes advising on tax issues related to complicated US and international transactions, including:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Joint ventures
- Structured investments
- Formation of private equity funds
- Securities offerings
Ms. Moir regularly represents leading private equity firms, as well as top technology and other companies. Her experience spans a number of landmark and high-value deals — including advising Dell in the largest technology deal to date.
Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Moir served as a tax partner and head of the West Coast tax practice at a leading international law firm.