Jochen Meyer-Burow is a German attorney at law with a Master degree in German Tax Law, and an LL.M. in Indirect Taxation and Information Technology Law of the University of London.
Mr. Meyer-Burow regularly hosts seminars and authors legal articles and newsletters on VAT matters in domestic and international publications. Together with Baker & McKenzie’s (German and Austrian) Tax Practice Group, Mr. Meyer-Burow was nominated for the Juve Award 2008. He was also an active member of Baker & McKenzie’s European Indirect Tax Practice in 2009 which received the first “European Indirect Tax Firm of the Year Award" (International Tax Review).
Prior to joining the Firm, Jochen worked as a VAT attorney with PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG in Germany, and as legal council in New York and London.
Mr. Meyer-Burow advises national and international companies in all VAT related matters with a main focus on international retail and e-commerce. His work comprises VAT structuring, advisory opinions, applications of binding rulings, as well as VAT litigation. Jochen Meyer-Burow advises national and international companies in all VAT related matters with a main focus on international retail and e-commerce. His work comprises VAT structuring, advisory opinions, applications of binding rulings, and complex VAT litigation.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- German Association of Attorneys
- German Value Added Tax Forum
University of London
Superior Court of Dusseldorf
(Second State Exam)
University of Osnabrueck
(Master's degree Tax Law)
University of Heidelberg
(First State Exam)
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