Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that Todd A. Schroeder, a well-respected tax lawyer with significant experience advising a broad array of clients on complex tax planning and tax structuring matters, has joined the global law firm as a partner in its Dallas office. He comes to Norton Rose Fulbright from Baker McKenzie.
Schroeder focuses his practice on complex domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, corporate restructurings, leveraged buyouts, private equity transactions, the tax aspects of securities offerings and like-kind exchanges. He also regularly advises clients on global tax planning for corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and other pass-through entities.
Daryl Lansdale, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Managing Partner, said:
“Todd handles a wide array of challenging tax matters for clients and corporations of all sizes, many of which are in the energy sector. His impressive skillset strengthens Norton Rose Fulbright’s position as a leading law firm in tax.”
Gene Lewis, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Head of Business Practice, commented:
“Todd is a skilled lawyer experienced in dealing with complicated tax issues domestically and abroad. His diverse capabilities will greatly benefit our clients.”
Schroeder, who also counsels taxpayers through all aspects of tax audits, appeals, competent authority matters and the tax issues associated with bankruptcy, said:
“I am eager to work with Norton Rose Fulbright clients both in the US and around the world. This is truly a great match, and I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead.”
Schroeder received his JD from the University Of Alabama School Of Law and his BS from Auburn University. He is admitted to practice in Texas, Alabama and the District of Columbia.