Jed Rogers moves from EY to Eversheds Sutherland
Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP has announced that Jed Rogers has joined the Tax Practice Group as counsel in the Atlanta office, strengthening its federal and international tax services to clients. Prior to joining Eversheds Sutherland, Mr. Rogers worked in the Atlanta office of Ernst & Young.
“We are extremely pleased that Jed has joined us,” said Eversheds Sutherland Co-CEO Mark D. Wasserman. “We are committed to growing our Tax Practice Group to meet our clients’ expanding needs. His significant cross-border transactional tax experience deepens our tax service offerings.”
With a deep knowledge of federal tax law and transactional tax planning, including serving more than a decade as in-house counsel for technology corporations and as a member of multinational professional services firms, Mr. Rogers advises clients on a broad array of inbound and outbound tax matters. His experience includes repatriation planning, international tax credit planning, holding company and financing structures, foreign exchange matters, internal reorganizations and post-acquisition integrations.
Mr. Rogers also advises on the tax aspects of partnership ventures, supply chain and transfer pricing, business restructurings, US international tax filings, and US GAAP and IFRS financial statement consequences of tax positions.
“Jed’s comprehensive experience with both US and cross-border tax issues greatly complements our team, and we are excited by the enormous value and perspective he offers to our clients worldwide,” said Jeffrey A. Friedman, partner and US Tax Practice Group Leader.
Eversheds Sutherland’s tax practice is composed of more than 100 attorneys representing many of the world’s largest corporations—including more than 35 of the Fortune 100—in every industry sector and in virtually every area of tax law, on the federal, international, state and local levels. By virtue of the size of its tax practice and its varied client base, Eversheds Sutherland is active in every area of taxation—from planning the most complex corporate tax transactions to representing taxpayers in administrative and judicial tax controversies.