Eglantine Lioret specializes in tax law, more specifically in transactional tax, in both advisory and litigation matters.
She advises French and foreign clients on their domestic and cross-border issues, within the framework of the structuring of their acquisitions and the reorganization of their assets. With specific expertise in the tax structuring of investment vehicles in Europe, Eglantine Lioret has developed a specific expertise in the real estate sector.
Eglantine Lioret also assists companies subject to tax audits in the definition of their defense strategy and claims.
Eglantine Lioret has been named "lawyer of the future" in real estate tax by Legal 500 Ranking 2020 and the tax team is ranked in band 5 of the "Tax" ranking of The best lawyers 2021.
Background and education
Eglantine holds a postgraduate degree in business law and taxation (Paris II). She started at Lefèvre Pelletier & Associés (2001-2010) after spending two years at Vatier & Associés (2006-2007), before joining the Anglo-Saxon law firms Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co (2010-2015), Herbert Smith Freehills (2015-2019) and Pinsent Masons (2019-2021) as a partner, where she was in charge of the tax department in Paris. Eglantine holds a certificate of specialization in tax law