REIT Tax Atty Returns To Hogan Lovells To Lead Trust Practice

Law360 (March 21, 2019, 7:07 PM EDT) -- Hogan Lovells has announced that a former EY attorney has returned to the law firm to serve as head of its U.S. real estate investment trust tax practice in Washington, D.C.

Cristina Arumi previously worked at Hogan Lovells for 17 years, then left in 2013 to join EY's tax department, the firm said Wednesday. Arumi is experienced in the tax aspects of capital markets and merger-and-acquisition transactions including REITs and joint venture funds. She also will work with clients on the tax aspects of foreign and domestic investment in U.S. real estate, Hogan Lovells said.

Arumi said she originally left Hogan Lovells...

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