A team from the former Stehlin & Associés, composed of Corinne Dadi, Catherine de Manneville, Isabelle Savin and Vincent Renoux, has joined forces with Vanessa Itzkovitch and Ran Hamou of Everlaw. The merged firm, “Everlaw & Tax”, and to which Jean-François Copé will collaborate, is dedicated to tax and corporate law/private equity.
After the turmoil surrounding the end of Stehlin & Associés, Corinne Dadi, Catherine de Manneville, Isabelle Savin and Vincent Renoux, four of the partners working in the tax department, are embarking on a new entrepreneurial project with Everlaw & Tax, a law firm born from a merger between Stehlin & Associés and Everlaw, a firm founded in 2010 by Vanessa Itzkovitch and Ran Hamou. “We are an experienced tax team with a long history together. We decided to strengthen our team and look for corporate partners who share our values of agility and inventiveness. The agreement and the adoption of common values were immediate with Everlaw”, explains Catherine de Manneville. “Our roadmap consists of strengthening our complementarity to develop a common clientele, while respecting the principles of business ethics.” “For our part, joining forces with a team of recognized tax specialists has proven to be essential to better assist our clients, which is crucial for our LBO and private equity practice,” adds Vanessa Itzkovitch. Everlaw & Tax’s positioning covers corporate and private equity, as well as tax advice and litigation.
The quartet of partners specializing in corporate and wealth taxation continues its common adventure, which began more than twenty-five years ago at PwC, with a clientele ranging from start-ups to listed companies, as well as company executives and individuals. Its practice covers transactional taxation, transfer pricing, international taxation, tax audits and litigation, asset taxation and innovation taxation. Ran Hamou and Vanessa Itzkovitch assist companies, private investors, managers and investment funds in transactional private equity, M&A, joint venture, venture capital and in private equity. The former president of the UMP and mayor of Meaux, Jean-François Copé, who had joined Stehlin & Associés in 2017 as ‘of counsel’, is also part of the team. Copé operates in corporate/M&A, mediation and public business law. Everlaw & Tax’s six partners do not rule out further expansion during a second phase. “Ideally, we will strengthen our position in employment law, business litigation, as well as in IP/IT and data,” adds Vanessa Itzkovitch.