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Mayer Brown strengthens its tax practice: Dr. Petra Eckl named new partner in the Frankfurt office

3 July 2008
Mayer Brown
Leading international law firm Mayer Brown LLP announced the appointment of attorney-at-law and tax consultant Dr. Petra Eckl to strengthen its tax practice in Germany. She is currently a partner with Haarmann in Frankfurt and will join Mayer Brown on 1 October 2008. She is the third new partner to join Mayer Brown in Germany in 2008 and follows Dr. Benedikt Weiser (Frankfurt) and Ralf Schnaittacher (Cologne).

Petra Eckl specialises in giving advice on tax law issues in national and international M&A transactions or joint ventures. She provides counsel on restructurings as well as the implementation and structuring of funds. Furthermore, Petra Eckl has considerable experience in tax litigation. Since early 2007, she has been teaching Corporate Tax Law at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt.

"Petra Eckl is a renowned and experienced tax law expert who enjoys a great reputation among clients and in the trade in general," says Dr. Ingo Kleutgens, Tax Practice Leader of Mayer Brown Germany. "She will support us in the areas of restructuring, M&A and international Tax Law. We offer tax advice as a comprehensive and individualized product. The addition of Petra Eckl underlines this approach."

"The expansion of our Tax Law Practice is one of our main business goals in 2008," adds Dr. Jörg Wulfken, Managing Partner of Mayer Brown in Germany. "The appointment of Petra Eckl strengthens our ability to offer high-quality advice across all our business areas and is an important addition to our full service offering."

"Mayer Brown gives me the ideal stage to advise prestigious clients in the surroundings they expect" explains Petra Eckl. "I am also looking forward to working with my colleagues across the world and being part of the growing international business." 

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