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James I. Kinnebrew

James Kinnebrew represents a wide range of clients in most phases of federal income taxation with particular emphasis on domestic and cross-border partnership transactions, strategic joint ventures, acquisitions and dispositions, restructurings, financings, and workouts. He has significant experience representing real estate funds, private equity funds, secondaries funds, and hedge funds in various transactions, both domestically and internationally. James also counsels clients with respect to domestic and international real estate investments, distressed asset transactions, and private investment fund formations.

Prior to joining Jones Day, James was a tax associate in the Washington, D.C. office of a large New York-based law firm, where he primarily focused on the taxation of partnerships, real estate investment trusts, and other pass-through entities. He also represented institutional investors, including pension funds and other tax-exempt entities, in their domestic and international investment activities, and he represented the sponsors of various domestic and international private investment vehicles. His previous experience involved transactions in Western, Central, and Eastern Europe; Brazil; Canada; India; Japan; and several other Asian countries. [1]