Norton Rose announces new tax partner in Paris

 In norton rose, Tax Partner Moves

International legal practice, Norton Rose, yesterday announced that Stephane Salou is to join their Paris office as a tax partner. Stephane joins from Orrick where he was a partner and head of corporate tax. At Norton Rose he will work with partner Laurence Toxe.

Stephane Salou, 53, began his career as tax manager with Arthur Andersen from 1981 to 1986, before joining Moet-Hennessy where he ran the tax department until 1988. He then worked for Bongrain as head of the international tax department until 1990. In 1991 Stephane joined his first law firm, Bureau Francis Lefebvre, where he stayed until 1993. He served as managing partner for Watson, Farley and Williams from 1993 to 2002, before moving to Orrick in 2002 where he worked with Alain Gautron, managing partner of Norton Rose’s shipping finance practice. He graduated from the Paris Institute of Political Science (IEP) in 1978 and was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1985.

With the arrival of Stephane Salou, the Norton Rose Paris office now has 26 partners, having grown rapidly over the past 12 months, including five new partners since September 2006.

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