Dallas – Thompson & Knight LLP is recognized for the eighth consecutive year as a leading tax law firm in the U.S. by the Tax Directors Handbook 2016, a directory that analyzes the tax capabilities of law firms. In addition, Thompson & Knight Partners Roger D. Aksamit, John R. Cohn, Sharon M. Fountain, Jason Patrick Loden, Mary A. McNulty, Neely P. Munnerlyn, and Emily A. Parker, as well as Senior Counsel Joe A. Rudberg, are recommended by the handbook.
The Tax Directors Handbook highlights the Firm for its “advice on the tax aspects of fund formation and employee benefits, bankruptcies, and M&A.” The handbook profiles Roger Aksamit, Mary McNulty, and the “exceptionally talented Jason Loden” for their representation of “EnCap Investments in the formation of a $3 billion private equity fund focused on the midstream sectors.” Sharon Fountain and Neely Munnerlyn are noted for their advice “in relation to employee benefits in the US and Canada,” and Emily Parker is listed for her work with “Energy Future Holdings on the tax aspects of its bankruptcy.”
Published by Legalease, the Tax Directors Handbook is described as the essential guide to the world’s premier tax law firms. To view the complete list of rankings in the Tax Directors Handbook, click here.