Dewey Frankfurt managing partner quits to launch tax boutique
Dewey & LeBoeuf's Frankfurt managing partner Hanno Berger is quitting the firm along with banking and finance partner Kai-Uwe Steck to launch a new tax boutique. The pair will leave Dewey on 31 July and are currently in discussions with the US firm over the potential departures of a further eight tax lawyers and consultants to staff the new operation.
Dewey & LeBoeuf’s Frankfurt managing partner Hanno Berger is quitting the firm along with banking and finance partner Kai-Uwe Steck to launch a new tax boutique.
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