Patricia Lewis Named Best in Transfer Pricing for 2014

International Financial Law Review, Americas Women in Business Law Awards

Caplin & Drysdale's  Patricia Gimbel Lewis was named "Best in Transfer Pricing" by International Financial Law Review's Americas Women in Business Law Awards.  This is Ms. Lewis' second time receiving this distinction, having been selected in 2012.  The award honors the achievements of women leading the legal sector across the Americas. Lawyers are chosen based on their professional accomplishments over the past year, advocacy and influence within their practice area, and an extensive research process that included interviews with hundreds of lawyers and other legal experts. The award was bestowed at a ceremony on Thursday, June 5th at Essex House in New York City.

About Patricia Gimbel Lewis
Ms. Lewis, an attorney with Caplin & Drysdale since 1971, regularly advises clients on international transfer pricing issues including tax planning advice on compliance with cross-border rules in connection with ongoing business operations or business transactions, as well as assistance with tax audits and other administrative controversies. A particular emphasis is the negotiation of advance pricing agreements (APAs) between taxpayers, the IRS, and foreign tax authorities, and competent authority matters. She is recognized internationally as an authority on transfer pricing issues.

Ms. Lewis lectures widely on current transfer pricing issues, and has published numerous articles in Bloomberg BNA's Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report and The Tax Executive. Ms. Lewis holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and an M.B.A from Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration (where she was a Baker Scholar). Ms. Lewis earned her B.A. at Wellesley College.


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