Matt Nochowitz is a partner of Baker McKenzie's Tax Practice Group in Chicago. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Matt worked at Whirlpool Corporation where he held various senior positions including Vice President of Global Tax, Corporate Treasurer (also overseeing Global Real Estate and Enterprise Risk) and Corporate Controller.
Craig Roeder is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Chicago office with significant experience in public and private mergers and acquisitions, securities offering transactions, securities law compliance, corporate governance and other corporate transactional matters. Craig has been recognized as a leading lawyer in mergers and acquisitions in Chambers USA, Legal 500 USA, Best Lawyers and International Who’s Who of Mergers & Acquisition Lawyers. He has also twice been named as a Client Service All Star in surveys of Fortune 1000 corporate counsel conducted by BTI Consulting Group.
Christine Agnew Sloan has more than 20 years of experience advising clients on domestic and international tax matters. Her experience includes advising clients on a broad spectrum of domestic and international tax issues facing companies engaged in complex mergers, acquisitions, dispositions and reorganizations, including post-acquisition and pre-disposition restructurings. In addition, she routinely advises on supply chain, repatriation and foreign tax credit planning. Ms. Sloan also assists clients in securing IRS private letter rulings, IRS pre-filing agreements and IRS closing agreements. Ms. Sloan is a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. She is the former chair of the Firm's North American Tax Planning and Transactions Practice Group. She is the co-chair of the Firm's 385 Task Force and an active member of the Firm's Tax Reform Task Force. Ms. Sloan co-authors the leading treatise titled Federal Income Taxation of Corporations Filing Consolidated Returns.
Blake Martin is an associate in Baker McKenzie's Tax Practice Group in Dallas. She practices in the areas of tax planning and transactions, and tax controversy.