Sheppard Mullin provides tax companion Soyun Park in New York

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP are pleased to announce that Soyun Park, as a partner in the New York office, has joined the company’s energy, infrastructure and project finance team and the Taxes, Employee Benefits and Trusts and Inheritance Practice. Park comes from Winston & Strawn. She is Sheppard Mullin’s 14th partner in 2020.

“We have added some incredibly bright and talented tax lawyers to our team over the past several years as we continue to build our transactional practices,” said Jon Newby, vice chairman of Sheppard Mullin. “Soyun is a world-class attorney with a wealth of knowledge and experience that make her a valuable addition to our energy team and tax practice group. We are thrilled that she has joined us.”

Amy L. Tranckino, Head of Tax, Employee Benefits and Trusts and Estates practice, added, “Soyun will provide its transactional and structuring capabilities to renewable energy clients, many of whom are overseas parent companies and several foreign investments Their experience also fits well with our existing international tax capacity and solid Korean practice. Their ability to assist clients in managing the tax implications of a variety of issues and their experience in international tax planning will be of great benefit to our cross-border clients his. ”

Park focuses her practice on international tax planning and transactional issues. She advises domestic and multinational clients in the context of their structural and transactional tax planning, including advising on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, financing, divestments, restructurings, joint ventures, financial products, securities offerings and other important transactions. At Sheppard Mullin, Soyun will focus efforts on renewable energy transactions, international tax planning and expanding the company’s Korean practice. Park earned her BS from Columbia University, her JD from Georgetown University Law Center, and her LL.M. from New York University School of Law.

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