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Covington Adds Transactional and Partnership Tax Partner in New York

March 18, 2019

NEW YORKKevin Zaragoza has joined Covington's Tax Practice Group as a partner in New York. Mr. Zaragoza's arrival follows the recent addition of tax partner Kevin Otero also in New York.

Mr. Zaragoza concentrates on the domestic and cross-border tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buy-outs, dispositions, minority investments, partnership and joint venture transactions, divestitures, carve-outs, restructurings, growth investments, and other complex transactions. He also represents sponsors and investors in the formation of investment funds and issuers and underwriters in connection with offerings of debt and equity securities.

"Kevin's particular experience in working on tax aspects of M&A and private equity transactions, including fund formation, and partnership tax experience emanating from this private equity work, is invaluable as the practice continues to grow," said Daniel Luchsinger, chair of the firm's Tax Practice Group. "Clients will undoubtedly benefit from Kevin's experience as tax partnership transactions have expanded over the past decades, and partnership tax law has become more sophisticated and complex, especially in the wake of tax reform."

"I am thrilled with the opportunity to join Covington because it offers me the chance to work on complex cross-border transactions, especially given the new challenges in the area due to tax reform," said Mr. Zaragoza. "I look forward to working alongside highly-talented tax and private equity colleagues to deliver value to our clients."

Mr. Zaragoza received his law degree from Yale Law School, his PhD in Philosophy from Princeton University, and his undergraduate degree from Yale University.

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