Matt Servies joins DLA Piper’s transactions services practice in Atlanta, US

Servies focuses his practice advising private equity funds and their portfolio companies

Matt Servies joins DLA Piper’s transactions services practice in Atlanta, US

DLA Piper has added Matt Servies as a partner in the firm’s transactions services practice – a  sub-practice within the corporate and private equity practices in Atlanta, US. He previously spent nine years as a partner at Ice Miler in Indianapolis.

Servies focuses his practice advising private equity funds and their portfolio companies on tax structuring and corporate matters in connection with fund formation, acquisitions and dispositions, financing transactions and operational matters.

He also regularly advises privately held companies on federal, state and local income, sales and use and employee tax matters in connection with ongoing operations and potential exit transactions.

“A strategic priority for our firm is our transactions services practice, which provides much needed tax counsel and support for our increasingly busy corporate, private equity and investment management practices,” said Stacy Paz, co-chair of DLA Piper’s transactions services and transactional tax practices. “Matt’s deep knowledge and experience on tax structuring will be an asset to our clients in this very active market.”

DLA Piper’s global investment funds team provides an integrated service to sponsors, fund managers and institutional investors, supported by the firm’s international tax and regulatory networks. The team advises clients on the full spectrum of private investment funds, all major investment strategies and all stages of a private investment fund's life cycle.

With more than 1,000 corporate lawyers globally, DLA Piper helps clients execute complex transactions while supporting clients across all stages of development.

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