Caroline is a partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP. She has extensive experience in a range of corporate and international tax matters, including structuring and advising on cross-border mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions. She works predominantly with S&P 500 companies and is a go-to advisor for some of their most complex tax issues.
Caroline is nationally recognized for her expertise and is regularly invited to speak at significant forums on corporate and international tax issues. For example, she has recently served as faculty at the Practising Law Institute in New York; presented for the Tax Executives Institute in various locations across the country; and spoken at the D.C. Bar and Federal Bar Association in Washington, D.C.
Caroline is committed to the development of others. She has served or is currently serving as a mentor for nearly all of the associates in the McDermott Washington tax group. She has served on McDermott's Associate Compensation Committee Associate Development Committee, and Pro Bono Committee.
J.D., Cornell Law School (2005)
B.S., University of Virginia (2002)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Bloomberg Tax Portfolio, Accumulated Earnings Tax, No. 796, analyzes in detail the problems associated with a corporation's failure to distribute its earnings and profits with the purpose of avoiding the tax on its shareholders.