Tatyana Johnson is a national partner in Baker McKenzie’s Tax Practice Group in the New York office, where she works on international tax planning and transactions. She is an active participant at both in-house and external seminars and conferences and has served as an adjunct professor in the Tax Planning & Transactions course at Fordham University School of Law.
Tatyana focuses her practice on US federal income taxation of corporations, with an emphasis on international tax planning. She advises clients on international mergers, acquisitions, post-acquisition and pre-disposition restructuring, spin-offs, supply chain restructuring, and other tax-related matters. Her experience also includes advising on outbound and inbound tax planning, income tax treaties, efficient repatriation, and intangible property migration.
Representative Legal Matters
Tatyana has provided advice to:
- A world leading hygiene and energy technology company in its USD 8 billion merger with a leading water treatment company;
- A multinational consumer electronics company in the structuring of its joint venture with the largest UK telecommunications retailer;
- A multinational life sciences company in the USD 5 billion disposition of its electronic measurement business;
- A multinational express delivery service company in the USD 4.4 billion acquisition of its European equivalent and post-acquisition supply chain restructuring;
- A large electronics company and UAE sovereign wealth corporation in their USD 2 billion acquisition of a music publishing business; and
- A multinational bakery supplies and biobased ingredients company in the USD 1.36 billion disposition of its bakery supplies business.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Federal Bar Association - Member
- American Bar Association - Member
- New York Bar Association - Member
- New York~United States (2006)
- Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M. Taxation with Distinction) (2011)
- Southern Methodist University School of Law (J.D.) (2004)
- Washington University (B.S.B.A. Finance) (2001)
- Washington, DC